Summer temperatures have arrived across Kansas, with expected highs reaching near or exceeding 100 degrees in the coming days. Under these conditions, producers need to be aware of certain considerations when applying herbicides.
Late rains across Kansas have caused some farmers to reconsider the yield potential of portions of their wheat crop. Some wheat is being terminated with herbicides, but neighboring wheat may be headed for harvest. This article discusses some strategies that can reduce the likelihood of spray drift.
Even though the cutoff date for applying dicamba over the top of soybeans passed last week, there is still some conversation about dicamba applications and off-target movement to sensitive soybeans. This article summarizes some of the recent research on this topic at K-State.