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Burndown Herbicides Affected by Low Temperatures

AUBURN, Ala.— Low temperatures stretching into March and April, with more potentially on the way, may cause issues for producers during burndown. During March and April, producers normally apply burndown herbicides to prepare to plant corn, soybeans and cotton. Dr. Joyce Tredaway, an Alabama Extension weed specialist, said this is not new for Alabama producers, as temperatures are often in ... Read More »

Weed Control in Pasture Systems

AUBURN, Ala.— It’s no secret that the summers in Alabama are hot and dry. This year is no exception. Yards and pastures are suffering from heat stress. An Alabama Extension Crop Specialist has recommendations for farmers struggling with weed suppression in pasture systems. Weed Control in a Drought Dr. Steve Li said weed control during a drought is typically very ... Read More »

Herbicide Applications Difficult in Hot, Dry Conditions

AUBURN, Ala.— The hot, dry conditions sitting stagnant over many areas of the state have farmers wishing for rain and hoping to make the best of current conditions. While crop plants suffer, weeds are still thriving and causing problems in the field. Dr. Joyce Tredaway Ducar, an Alabama Cooperative Extension System weed scientist, said it is difficult to control weeds ... Read More »