Herbicide Drift: Advice for Grape Growers
In the latest issue of the Northern Grapes Project Newsletter, Michael White, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Viticulture Specialist, gives detailed advice on how to guard against and deal with herbicide drift.
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In ‘Herbicide Drift – A Strong Defense is Your Best Offense’, White looks at which herbicides are problematic, the impact of new herbicide technology like the herbicide programs to be used on dicamba-tolerant soybeans and what to do if drift occurs.
Read the full article here: http://northerngrapesproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/2013FebNGPnewsletter.pdf
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