Date of this Version
Insect Science, Plant Disease, & Weed Science, University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources 88(20) (August 16, 1988)
In This Issue:
- Fall Seeded Crops and Herbicide Residues in the Soil
- Herbicide Use Guide Revision
FALL SEEDED CROPS AND HERBICIDE RESIDUES IN THE SOIL
Herbicide applications made to corn, sorghum, and soybeans must be reckoned with where alfalfa or winter wheat is being considered for fall planting on drought stricken fields.
The guidelines that follow come from labels, product literature, research, and experience. They have been established to protect the user and manufacturer and contain safety factors for average growing conditions. Drier than normal June, July and August weather has undoubtedly prolonged soil longevity of some products.
HERBICIDE USE GUIDE REVISION
Industry reps, extension agents, and all other users of our Herbicide Use Guide--Now is the time to submit your suggestions for our 1989 edition. We appreciate your input of previous years. You have helped make the Nebraska Herbicide Use Guide a most useful weed control aid for farmers, dealers, applicators, farm managers, consultants, extension agents, and others. Your suggestions for the 1989 Guide should reach us by September 16. Send to Weed Science, 362 Plant Science Building, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68583-0915.