- Author: Brad Hanson
Its not too late to register for the San Joaquin Valley Spray Application Short Course (November 12-14).
Here's a link to the webpage: https://ucanr.edu/sites/SJVSprayApplication/Home/
Here's a link to the full agenda: https://ucanr.edu/sites/SJVSprayApplication/Agenda/
- Author: Lynn M. Sosnoskie
There are TWO upcoming weed science extension days in the San Joaquin Valley this April.
The first will be held on the 2nd of April at the Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Parlier (9240 South Riverbend Road, Parlier CA 93648) and the second will be held on April 11th at the Westside Research and Extension Center in Five Points (17353 West Oakland Avenue, Five Points, CA 93624).
The meeting at the Kearney Center will focus on rangeland, turf, and tree and vine systems while the meeting at the Westside Center will focus on agronomic crops, ROWs, and tree and vine systems. Both meetings will open with hands-on weed ID and nozzle...
- Author: Brad Hanson
Glyphosate is one of the most widely used herbicides in the world and is extremely important in many of our orchard, vineyard, and annual crops as well as in non-crop and home situations. However, it can be confusing to understand some of the differences among various formulations of glyphosate herbicides.
I'll paraphrase a recurring extension question as “I'm trying to compare the rates and cost-effectiveness of two glyphosate herbicides. One lists the active ingredient as ‘41% glyphosate as the isopropylamine salt' and the other as 48.7% glyphosate as the potassium salt'. How do I compare these two herbicides?”
First important point, glyphosate is a weak acid...
- Posted by: Gale Perez
The Western IPM Center's May 2017 newsletter just came out.
The IPM VIDEO OF THE MONTH is on a robotic herbicide sprayer that targets weeds.
- Author: Rich Zollinger
- reposted by: Brad Hanson
Dr. Rich Zollinger, a weed scientist from North Dakota State University, made a great presentation at the last CWSS meeting on spray adjuvants. He's a very knowledgeable (and fun) speaker and the team at NDSU has done some really great work on spray adjuvants and technology for decades. For more information on the North Dakota Weed Science Program click HERE
I've reposted (with permission) Rich's article from the/span>