With spring and the rainy season just around the corner, many cattle producers look toward fertilization and weed control applications in the weeks and months ahead. As part of our coverage of this week’s Cattle Industry Convention in Phoenix, we learned from Dow AgroSciences range and pasture experts that a new herbicide application technology is available in Georgia and Alabama, but producers in Florida still don’t have access to the process.
In this brief introductory report, Dow’s range and pasture specialist Danny Leckie explains how GrazonNext HL, already known for its effectiveness at controlling tough weeds and invasive species like the Tropical Soda Apple and many more, now has a supplemental label allowing the product to be blended with dry fertilizer. They say the new process saves producers time and money, and gives them better control of the product in the application process.
We’ll post a more detailed story about this in the days ahead. Meanwhile, get some brief details in the Southeast AgNet broadcast audio in this post that will air on the radio network Monday, and see supplemental labels at these links: