Crop desiccation has become an increasingly hot topic. In part due to consumer demand for pesticide-free products, variable maximum residue limits (MRLs) across export markets and the negative spotlight on glyphosate.
It doesn’t mean desiccation is off-limits. But we need to understand the limitations of late-season herbicide. Especially when it comes to crops destined for human consumption, including field peas and dry edible beans.
Crop UpdateInsect UpdateFungicide Application in Dry Beans
Crop UpdatePea and Soybean AphidsFoliar Diseases
Two Spotted Spider MitesSoybean Cyst NematodeJuly Field Day Review
Potassium deficiency in soybeansRescue N for poorly-nodulated soybeansSoybean steam and root diseases
Soybean foliar diseasesDry bean fungicide applicationAssessing IDC severity
Soybean yield loss from hailAssessing soybean nodulationFoliar fungicide for peas
Soybean aphid scoutingField pea desiccationUltimate Soybean Challenge update: nodulation
Soybean, dry bean & field pea updateIron deficiency chlorosis (IDC)Field pea aphids
Hail damage in soybeansBacterial blight in dry beansRecord pulse & soybean acres