Welcome to the Take Action Webinar Series on new developments in herbicide-resistance management. If you have questions or concerns about herbicide resistance management you can get some answers Thursday, March 12, at 10 a.m.
The fifth installment of the Take Action Webinar Series features two presentations. Part 1: Drift Reduction Agents: Influence on Drift Management, Weed Control, and Dicamba Volatility Bryan Young, Ph.D., Purdue University
Part 2: Key Considerations for Preplant Burndown and Postemergence Volunteer Corn Control Herbicide Tank Mixes Bill Johnson, Ph.D., Purdue University.
Take Action is a farmer-focused education platform funded by soy checkoff and National Corn Growers Association through state checkoff support. The program is designed to help farmers and their advisors manage herbicide, fungicide and insect resistance.
The goal is to encourage the adoption of management practices that lessen the impact of resistant pests and preserve current and future crop protection technology.
The Take Action Webinar Series aims to bring you the latest information and research on various topics related to pesticide resistance management. For more information on Take Action, visit www.IWillTakeAction.com.
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