Section 4: Soybean Pest Management
Soybean Pest Management
- Herbicide-resistant Soybean Varieties
- Table 2.4-1. Soybean herbicides and their restrictions.
- Table 2.4-1a. Selected glyphosate and glyphosate-type products and premixes for agronomic use.
- Table 2.4-2. Future products for soybean.
- Table 2.4-3. Soybean herbicide prepackaged mixes or co-packs, and equivalents.
- Table 2.4-4. Characteristics of preplant or preemergence soybean herbicides.
- Table 2.4-5. Characteristics of “burndown” and postemergence soybean herbicides.
- Table 2.4-6. Relative effectiveness of “burndown” herbicides for no-till soybean.
- Table 2.4-7. Characteristics of “burndown” herbicides for no-till soybean.
- Table 2.4-8. Relative effectiveness of herbicides on individual weeds.
- Table 2.4-9. Effectiveness of different foliar-applied herbicides on perennial broadleaf weeds in soybean (based on seasonal control).
- Table2.4-10. Preplant, preplant-incorporated, and preemergence herbicides for soybean.
- Table 2.4-11. Soybean herbicide preplant or preemergence rates per acre based on soil texture and organic matter.
- Table2.4-12. Postemergence herbicides for soybean.
- Table 2.4-13. Weed sizes for postemergence soybean herbicides.
- Table 2.4-14. Spray additives and rainfastness for “burndown” or postemergence soybean herbicides.
- Table 2.4-15. Soybean herbicide rotational restrictions.
- Table 2.4-16. Feeding restrictions on soybean forage or grain after treatment with various herbicides.
- Table 2.4-17. Summary of recommended insecticides for soybean insect control.
- Table 2.4-18. Suggested insecticides, rates, and restrictions for soybean insect control.
W. S. Curran, professor of weed science, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
D. D. Lingenfelter, assistant extension agronomist, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
J. F. Tooker, assistant professor of entomology, Department of Entomology
J. M. Dillon extension associate, Depart of Crop and Soil Sciences