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Join weed management tour on June 27

Join weed management tour on June 27

By Scout Nelson

Save the date for June 27th, 2024, for the Rochester Weed Management Tour! This event promises to showcase the latest advancements in corn and soybean weed management. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour herbicide trials and receive updates on effective weed control from leading experts.

Tour Stops and Topics:

  • New Products: Check out Syngenta's Storen corn herbicide and BASF's experimental soybean herbicide.
  • Improving Herbicide Effectiveness: Learn how application parameters influence weed control.
  • 2024 Corn and Soybean Herbicide Programs: Get the scoop on the latest strategies.
  • Conventional Corn Weed Management: Discover techniques for managing weeds in traditional corn.
  • Volunteer Corn Control in E3 Soybeans: Explore methods for controlling volunteer corn in specific soybean varieties.

Additional subjects will be announced. Onsite registration opens at 8:30 a.m., with presentations beginning at 9:00 a.m. The event is free to attend and provides a wealth of valuable information for anyone involved in crop management.

The Rochester weed management trials are conveniently located just east of the Olmsted County Recycling site on County Rd 9 (Collegeview RD). This new location is only a short mile north and a bit west of the previous site. Follow the sign at the entrance of the recycling and composting site, then head east on a gravel field road to reach the tour (GPS coordinates: 44.024037, -92.42457).

Join to stay ahead of the curve in weed management and ensure your farming practices are as effective as possible.

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