Soybean School: Tips for Burndown Crunch-Time

OK, you missed your window for that all important pre-seed burn. Things may have been a little soggy, you may have been a little busy…whatever the reason. The good news is you’ve still got a shot to get those beans poking up in a clean environment. It’s crunch-time though, so in this episode of the Soybean School, Mike Cowbrough of the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, takes us through the results of three different glyphosate rates in the race to “get the nursery ready for baby” so to speak.

Will one litre-per-acre of glyphosate cut the mustard? How about two? What if we add a tank-mix partner? What are the risks involved. Mike Cowbrough takes us through their trials for the answers in this episode of the Soybean School.

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