The Value of Residual Herbicide in Reduced Soybean Stands - UNL CropWatch, March 29, 2013

The Value of Residual Herbicide in Reduced Soybean Stands - UNL CropWatch, March 29, 2013

March 29, 2013

The Plant Management Network has two new offerings in its "Focus on Soybeans" webcasts.

Value of Residual Herbicide in Reduced Soybean Stands

This webcast by Vince Davis at the University of Wisconsin will help users in the North Central U.S. evaluate the importance of residual herbicide use in soybean systems to maximize profit and proactively manage for herbicide resistance. The cost of soybean seed is dramatically increasing, and this presentation discusses the interaction and relative importance of residual herbicide versus having extra soybean plants in the canopy.  View an executive summary or the full presentation in android and Apple formats.

Slug Management on Soybean

This presentation will help growers and consultants in the Midwest, eastern, and mid-Atlantic regions manage slug problems in field crops when using no-till production practices. It will cover basic biology of slugs including life history and how it relates to grower practices, and then discuss an IPM approach to managing the problem. View the executive summary or the full presentation available in Apple or android formats.

The Plant Management Network is a not-for-profit, online publishing effort whose mission is to enhance the health, management, and production of agricultural and horticultural crops. It is jointly managed by the American Phytopathological Society, American Society of Agronomy, and Crop Science Society of America, in conjunction with many other partners, including scientific societies, agricultural universities, and agribusiness.

Additional webinars in this soybean series are available online.