- Posted by: Gale Perez
Here's Patrick Cavanaugh interviewing Drew Wolter (UC Davis graduate student with the Hanson Lab.)
Original source: California Ag Today Podcasts with Patrick Cavanaugh/span>
- Author: Thomas Getts
Over the past two seasons I have been involved with testing an experimental herbicide for weed control in alfalfa. There was an initial trial implemented at the Intermountain REC in Tulelake California during the 2019 growing season. The main goal of the trial was to test crop safety of an experimental herbicide on alfalfa where applications were made between cuttings. As I was already putting a trial out, it seemed worthwhile to test various other treatments for comparative crop safety. (Some of the treatments tested are registered for use between cuttings, others are not. Both registered and unregistered products were tested. Always read and follow the label whenever using a pesticide).
However, this blog post is not going to...
From the UC Rice Blog (https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=42838)
A new herbicide is available this year for use in California rice: RebelEX®, manufactured by Corteva. It is a premix of two other well-known herbicides: Clincher® and Granite SC®, both from Corteva. The active ingredients in RebelEX® are cyhalofop (same as Clincher®) and penoxsulam (same as Granite SC®). Since it contains cyhalofop, it is important to check with your respective counties on the buffer zones and aerial application restrictions for...
Extracted from the UC ANR News & Events blog (https://ucanr.edu/News/?routeName=newsstory&postnum=42793)
UC Cooperative Extension weed science advisor Kurt Hembree retires on July 1
Retiring UC Cooperative Extension weed science advisor Kurt Hembree credits his mentor and predecessor, Bill Fischer, for his successful 26-year career conducting a weed...
- Posted by: Gale Perez
In memory of Travis Bean
Written by Karl Tanner
On May 27, 2020, Travis Bean, UC Cooperative Extension specialist and an incredible, amazing and accomplished man passed away suddenly at the age of 43.
Travis was born in Lincoln, NB, on Feb. 11, 1977, and raised in Yuma, AZ. At the University of Arizona, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in plant science in 2000, Master of Science degree in range management in 2002, and eventually his Doctor of Philosophy degree in ecology and management of rangelands in 2014.
Travis joined the Department of Botany and Plant Sciences at UC Riverside in 2014. There he developed a research and extension program focused on managing weedy.../h2>