More often like a glacier than a tidal wave, the public’s food preferences are, nevertheless, always changing.
Editor’s note: The following was written by Emerson Nafziger, University of Illinois Extension crop production specialist, for the Illinois Pest Management Bulletin July 3.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced July 13 it was ending the temporary ban on the sale and use of dicamba products, with certain conditions.
URBANA, Ill. — There was certainly no shortage of weeds to study at the University of Illinois Field Day June 28 in east central Illinois. The abundance of weeds here is similar to what farmers are finding across the state.
Goodbye, sudden death syndrome and cocklebur. Hello, frogeye leaf spot and Palmer amaranth.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced July 7 it is banning the sale and use of dicamba products in Missouri effective immediately, after a second summer with numerous complaints of dicamba herbicides drifting and causing damage.