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Old herbicides (and old complaints) are coming back!
And we spent a lot of time talking about multiple MOA’s (herbicide modes of action), pre-mixes, tank mixes, sequential apps and other weed management issues this winter at meetings. One topic that we touched on briefly was how the addition of more herbicides can impact the crop- both cosmetically and potential yield. Dr. Bob Hartzler put together a nice article here that our clients should read prior to the season. Share with any and all corn and soybean producers and service providers.