Archive for the ‘Soybean’ Category

MSPC Sponsored Herbicide Resistance Video

Monday, October 5th, 2015

-E. Hill

MSPC video

Detection and Confirmation of Herbicide Resistant Weeds in Michigan

2015 Weed Tour Success

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

-E. Hill

This year’s Weed Tour may have been one for the record books. There were upwards of 300 participants! When I wasn’t driving tractor or visiting with participants I managed to grab just a few photos to share…please enjoy! Also, if you were at the tour and did not receive a tour book because we ran out, please let me know via email (hiller12@msu.edu) and we will try to get you a copy. All the same information will be available at the end of the season online¬†when we post our “Annual results“.

New 2015 Michigan Soybean News article

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

-E. Hill

Christy Sprague just published an article in the summer 2015 edition of Michigan Soybean News titled “Improve Soybean Profits: Make timely postemergence herbicde applications and scout for weeds.” To view this article (pg. 10-11) and other articles in this volume, please visit Michigan Soybean News (the page may take a little while to download due to photos).

MISoybeanNews2015

 

Registration now open for the 2015 MSU Weed Tour- July 1st

Monday, May 18th, 2015

-E. Hill

Registration is now open for the 2015 MSU Weeds Tour.

Details regarding the tour can be found at: 2015 MSU Weeds Tour

Or go directly to the registration page at: MSU Events Management System

*We are now using the MSU Events Management System, which allows us a secure method to take credit card payments online and should help speed up check-in the day of the event.

Heading out to the 2014 research and demonstration plots.

Heading out to the 2014 research and demonstration plots.

We hope to see you at the Tour!

2015 Soybeans: Planting and PRE applications

Friday, May 8th, 2015

-E. Hill

This year we have been using every window of opportunity to get our major weed control studies planted. This is the first year we have gotten corn in during April, ever. We also had an early opportunity to get the bulk of our soybean studies planted this week. Many of our studies have treatements with preemergence herbicide applications (PREs) to try to provide residual weed control. With so many treatments we have been fortunate the past three seasons to have two people operating our Cub Cadet sprayers and finally this year we were able to get some photos of the simultaneous applications.