Corn School – How Do I Know if My Soil Applied Herbicide is Working?

Keeping your corn weed free through its early growth stages is critical in preserving yield potential. Knowing when to take control measures is a big part of that. If you’ve used a soil applied herbicide to control those weeds, you need to evaluate whether or not it’s working and determine when and if you need to use a rescue treatment.

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In this episode of the Corn School OMAFRA Weed Management Specialist Mike Cowbrough takes us through the scouting and evaluation of a corn crop to determine the effectiveness of soil applied herbicide and how to know when it’s time to take other steps to control your weeds.

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