Flexstar GT 3.5 is formulated to "combat weeds that are difficult to control with glyphosate alone or are resistant to glyphosate and ALS-inhibitors".
A soil sample is a valuable tool, "a critical layer of information for determining what inputs we may be able to hold back...or push higher," said Loen.
Even though some of the toughest weed issues may be in soybeans weeds in corn are also becoming resistant to some herbicides, especially glyphosate.
Federated recommends Halex GT in the battle against herbicide resistance because it has the desired multiple modes of action (three), and has proven crop safety.
Growers are invited to join valuable discussions on key soybean topics for 2017.
Talk to your Federated Agronomist to determine what products and programs should be in your weed-control.
"We have a clear liquid that is 100% ortho," said Stelter, "and we have XLR-rate™ that is 80% ortho and 20% poly, which is a high-quality, seed-safe starter fertilizer (7-23-5)".
Federated recommends herbicide programs designed around the problematic weeds, and "more often than not, we are seeing waterhemp and giant ragweed together," said Kevin Carlson.
Each workshop, beginning at 10 a.m., will focus on the theme, Corn Economics and Agronomics, and will conclude with a free lunch.