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Oct

2021

Herbicide Insights: XtendFlex System Study: Heavy, Medium and Low Weed Pressure

Author: Joe Bolte

Joe Bolte, Beck’s Hybrids Practical Farm Research (PFR®) Technician & Herbicide Specialist, evaluates different pre-emergent and post-emergent herbicide programs with XtendFlex® soybeans. 

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Sep

2021

Herbicide Insights: TH Fabrication Row Focus Rotary Hoe

Author: Joe Bolte

Check out this new video with Clayton Stufflebeam, PFR Location Lead, and Joe Bolte, PFR Technician / Herbicide Specialist, for important information regarding the TH Fabrication Row Focus Rotary Hoe.

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Sep

2021

Herbicide Insights: Enlist® System Study: Nozzle Selection and Carrier Rate

Author: Joe Bolte

Joe Bolte, PFR Technician & Herbicide Specialist, evaluates the weed control of post-emergent herbicide programs on Enlist E3® soybeans. Does nozzle selection or the carrier rate used make a difference when making post applications of Enlist One® on soybeans?

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Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: Enlist™ POST

Author: Joe Bolte

What are effective ways to control weeds with the Enlist system? Check out this video for more info on your three options when it comes to POST herbicides for ultimate weed control.

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Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: Enlist™ System

Author: Joe Bolte

2020 was the second year we conducted our Enlist System Study where we evaluate different combinations of herbicides both with an in-season residual and without.

Check this video with Joe Bolte to learn more!

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Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: Enlist™ Carrier Rate

Author: Joe Bolte

Wondering what the best carrier rate for Enlist One? Check out this video featuring Joe Bolte, PFR Technician/Herbicide Specialist, to learn more about our findings from our 2020 demo plots.

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Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: POST Application Timing

Author: Joe Bolte

When should you make your POST herbicide applications?

The most important thing to remember is to actively scout your fields and make sure you're spraying when weeds are less than 4 in. tall!

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Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: Surfactant - Importance in Today’s Tank Mixes

Author: Joe Bolte

Over the last few years, we've focused on honing in on the Liberty/glyphosate and the tank-mix combo, including things like proper coverage, spray tips. This year, we've also started running surfactants.

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Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: Liberty® + gly Nozzle+ Carrier Rate

Author: Joe Bolte

This PFR study is designed to evaluate Liberty and glyphosate and their carrier rates. Why is this important? Because one is a contact and one’s systematic herbicide, their coverage requirements are different.

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Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: Success with Liberty® and Liberty® + Glyphosate

Author: Joe Bolte

Going into 2021, a lot of the trait platforms available have Liberty in them. Liberty is a great product that can help control those glyphosate-resistant weeds we've struggled with the past few years.

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Nov

2020

WEED MANAGEMENT BRIEF: NON-GMO CONTROL OPTIONS

Author: Joe Bolte

To be successful in non-GMO soybeans fields, especially those with weeds resistant to multiple herbicides, apply the same management principles as GMO soybeans. These principles become more critical with non-GMO soybeans because rescue options are much more limited.

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Nov

2020

WEED MANAGEMENT BRIEF: ALTERNATIVE POST-EMERGE HERBICIDE OPTIONS

Author: Joe Bolte

There are many effective post-emerge herbicide options available, but what happens if the soybeans are beyond the growth stage at which Liberty® can be applied? Depending on the trait platform, once we reach the R1 growth stage, soybeans must be managed like a glyphosate-tolerant soybean.

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Nov

2020

WEED MANAGEMENT BRIEF: Enlist Carrier Rate

Author: Joe Bolte

Enlist One® or Enlist Duo® 2,4-D choline are both very effective on glyphosate-resistant (GR) marestail, giant ragweed, and waterhemp. Just like glyphosate, Enlist One is a systemic herbicide, meaning coverage is not as crucial as it is with a contact herbicide. One approved tank-mix partner for Enlist One is Liberty®. The addition of Liberty provides two effective SOAs for GR marestail, giant ragweed, and waterhemp. When spraying Liberty alone, Beck’s Practical Farm Research (PFR)® data has shown a 12% increase in control when using a carrier volume of 20 GPA vs. 15 GPA.

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Nov

2020

WEED MANAGEMENT BRIEF: ENLIST — POST-EMERGENCE

Author: Joe Bolte

Enlist One® + Liberty® is very effective when it comes to glyphosate-resistant (GR) broadleaf weeds, especially in high-pressure scenarios. However, there may be other weeds, like grasses, that you are trying to control.

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Nov

2020

WEED MANAGEMENT BRIEF: ENLIST WEED CONTROL SYSTEM

Author: Joe Bolte

Beck’s Practical Farm Research (PFR)® data has shown Enlist One® + Liberty® resulted in very effective control of glyphosate-resistant (GR) waterhemp and marestail.

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Oct

2020

WEED MANAGEMENT BRIEF: LIBERTY AND TIME OF DAY

Author: Joe Bolte

What is the best time of day to make Liberty applications? 

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Oct

2020

WEED MANAGEMENT BRIEF: IMPORTANCE OF AMS WITH LIBERTY® AND GLYPHOSATE APPLICATIONS

Author: Joe Bolte

Liberty® and glyphosate are considered to be weak acid herbicides. Water hardness will greatly influence the performance of a weak acid herbicide. Much of the spray water many applicators use comes from wells and is considered to be “hard water.”

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Oct

2020

WEED MANAGEMENT BRIEF: INFLUENCE OF WEED SIZE ON LIBERTY APPLICATIONS

Author: Joe Bolte

Contact products like Liberty® require proper coverage to achieve successful weed control. One factor that will influence coverage is the carrier rate. Beck’s Practical Farm Research (PFR)® data shows a 12% increase in waterhemp control when Liberty is sprayed at 20 GPA vs. 15 GPA. Contact herbicides do not move in the plant like a systemic herbicide such as glyphosate does. Therefore, control will be heavily impacted if a contact herbicide does not cover the entire plant.

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Oct

2020

Weed Management Brief: CARRIER RATE - LIBERTY + GLYPHOSATE

Author: Joe Bolte

Glyphosate is effective on many of the same weeds on which Liberty is weaker, like grasses, velvetleaf, etc. Therefore, manage a Liberty + glyphosate application just like Liberty alone, since the Liberty is doing the heavy lifting.

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Oct

2020

Weed Management Brief: Carrier Rate - Liberty

Author: Joe Bolte

Contact products like Liberty® require thorough coverage due to lack of herbicide movement in the plant. This means that the herbicide must come in contact with the plant tissue in order to achieve control. Systemic products such as glyphosate can translocate throughout the plant, making coverage not as crucial.

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