• Now is the time to determine what adjuvants you need0

    By John Garr and Jerry Green, GarrCo Products If you have not already done so, now is the time to determine how you are going to use adjuvants next season. Adjuvants do a lot of useful things, but figuring out which adjuvants to use when can be a bit difficult. We will try to help

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  • What’s Happening with Dicamba Drift?0

    What’s Happening with Dicamba Drift? By John Garr and Jerry Green, GarrCo Products Other than the news about the impending huge mergers, the biggest chemical news this summer has been about the large amount of drift from illegal applications of dicamba made on dicamba-tolerant soybeans. One reporter characterized it as a “scofflaw,” the blatant flouting

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  • New opportunity for fall application0

    The increasing use of fungicides and other products applied late in the growing season has kept many ag planes in the air longer. Now, new technology promises to extend the aerial application season even longer. AgAir Update has learned of a new product that can be applied aerially that few, if any, have considered; simply

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  • The many advantages of aerial application0

    Aerial application can be just as effective as ground application, but that characterization does not do aerial application justice. Aerial application has many advantages. We thought it would be a good idea to review those advantages this month in case we need to articulate them to our customers and critics. The advantages One of the

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  • Pest management is getting more complicated0

    It’s not just you, everyone will agree that pest management is getting more complicated. In the old days, we often just selected the best pesticide, the most efficacious or the least expensive from multiple options. The pesticide was often very broad spectrum and very effective. The use recommendations were simple back then, maybe a timing

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  • Making Pesticide Applications Correctly the First Time0

    Who owns the aerial application? The grower and a range of experts are often involved in deciding what pesticides to apply, but the aerial applicator is the one most responsible for the application results. The best way for the applicator to get good results is to use his experience, good judgment, and follow the directions

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