By Joe Ikley and Bill Johnson
Now that the spray season for herbicides in corn and soybean has ended for most of Indiana and dicamba complaints have started to slow down, we thought it would be an interesting exercise to see how many spray hours we had this season for the approved dicamba products in Xtend soybean. With the cool, wet weather that dominated most of May, many postemergence herbicide treatments were not applied until the months of June and July.
By Mark Loux and Bill Johnson
You would probably have to be living under a rock to not at this time be aware of the issues with off target dicamba movement affecting soybeans and other plants in the states of Tennessee, Arkansas, and Missouri. The latter two states just banned any additional dicamba applications for the remainder of the growing season to avoid additional problems (subject to change probably), and some changes are coming in Tennessee also apparently.
I’ve worked at Citi for nearly 20 years now and most of my days are fairly routine, filled with meetings, conference calls, presentations, and the myriad tasks it takes to run a successful business. In the course of my career I’ve had the privilege of meeting with thousands of business leaders, government officials, employees, and customers. Each one has a story, but some, like Aimee Copeland’s, leave a lasting impression.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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