Early-Postemergence Weed Control in Corn and Soybeans

Weather and time constraints can delay corn or soybean planting and herbicide applications. Weeds should be controlled as early as possible to avoid excessive competition with the crop. Early-postemergence applications in corn or soybeans should be made when weeds are less than four inches tall. Residual herbicides should be included in early-postemergence applications to provide control of later emerging weeds.<.p>

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