Protecting efficacy of new corn herbicides should be priority

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Corn farmers could have new herbicide traits in their arsenal when the new growing season rolls around. The new traits will allow them to apply 2,4-D or dicamba over the top of their herbicide-resistant corn plants. But, as Iowa State’s Mike Owens explains in this video, it’s important that farmers don’t begin applying the old 2,4-D or the old dicamba when the traits are approved for planting. Owens was a speaker at Iowa State’s annual Integrated Crop Management Conference in Ames, Iowa.

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