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Take advantage of the Take Action weed management webinar series

The United Soybean Board (USB) Take Action initiative and university weed scientists from across the Midwest have developed a free webinar series covering various weed and herbicide management issues. Two weed scientists will give 15 minute presentations at each webinar and there will be opportunities for viewers to ask questions.  Four webinars remain in the series.

You can attend sessions live every Thursday, from March 5 to March 26, at 10 am CST. If you can't make that time, all sessions will be recorded and available for viewing online at a later date.

Webinar schedule

  • March 5
    Tom Peters, North Dakota State University – status of research on electricity methods
    John Wallace, Penn State University – cover crops and weed management
  • March 12
    Bryan Young, Purdue University – drift retardants, volatility
    Bill Johnson, Purdue University – mixing & antagonism, volunteer corn issues
  • March 19
    Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri – status of on-combine seed destruction technologies
    Joe Ikley, North Dakota State University – Enlist mixing issues
  • March 26
    Mandy Bish, University of Missouri – inversions, weather effects on dicamba
    Bran Young, Purdue University – dicamba off-target movement research


You can register weekly for the webinars at

Previous sessions

  • February 13
    Christy Sprague, Michigan State University – herbicide classification chart
    Rodrigo Werle, University of Wisconsin-Madison – pre-herbicides, waterhemp & giant ragweed
  • February 20
    Aaron Hager, University of Illinois – effective long-term management of waterhemp
    Travis Legleiter, University of Kentucky – spray deposition factors
  • February 27
    Pat Tranel, University of Illinois – metabolism-based resistance, multiple resistance, etc.
    Amit Jhala, University of Nebraska – pollen-mediated gene flow and transfer of herbicide-resistance
Previous sessions are now available for viewing on the Take Action website:

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