If you’re like us, you know life gets busy. You blink, and the next thing you know, your growing season is getting close to harvest. And sometimes, we get caught up in routines, but when you’re a grower helping feed the world, going through the motions and following the steps on a label can do more harm than good.
That’s why Dr. Gus Lorenz, extension entomologist with the University of Arkansas’s Division of Agriculture, spent 3 years researching the impact of automatic applications on soybean yields throughout the state.
What he and his team discovered was making smart applications was more impactful than automatic applications, especially when it comes to pests and weeds building resistance.
If you haven’t had a chance to watch the
Field to Film: Featured Research
video sharing Dr. Lorenz’s findings, click play on the video below. But if you don’t have time for a video, you can listen to it through the
Arkansas Soybean Podcast