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14
Jan
2013
2012 Soybean variety metribuzin screening results now available
Author: Jeremy Ross, Extension Agronomist - Soybeans

Due to the increase of glyphosate-resistance in the Midsouth, producers have a renewed interest in the use of metribuzin as a part of their soybean weed control program. Metribuzin is a PSII inhibitor (Group 5) herbicide that provides residual control of an assortment of annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in soybean, including Palmer amaranth. With the extensive use of PPO inhibitors (Group 14) and chloroacetamide (Group 15) herbicides in soybean and rotational crops such as corn and cotton, use of an additional mode of action (MOA) is a sound strategy to reduce the risk of resistance to these other herbicide MOAs.

View the full publication:  2012 Soybean Variety Metribuzin Screening Data

 


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