Welcome
 Thank you for choosing Farmer's Cooperative Association. We are headquartered in Tonkawa, Oklahoma, and have branches in Ponca City, Tonkawa, Blackwell, Braman, Kildare, Sumpter and Perry.

Look us up on Facebook. Our name is listed as Farmer's Co-op. 

  

                                                    Insecticides in Soybeans

With a grasshopper and worm season fast approaching or in some parts of Kay county already started, it is time to start thinking about what your plan of action is going to be. These pests can take away vital nutrients, and green foliage, slowing your soybean growth down and costing you production. So, do not wait any longer, get out there and check your fields today. Allow us to help you protect your investment today!

 

Product Name

Active Ingredient

Rate

Cost

Residual length

Pest

Grizzly Too

LAMBDA-CYHALOTHRIN

1.92 oz

$1.92/ac

none

Armyworms

Blister Beetle

Stink Bug

Webworm

Cobalt Advanced

CHLORPYRIFOS + LAMBDACYHALOTHRIN

18 oz

$7.65/ac

Short-medium

Armyworms

Cloverworms

Blister Beetle

Grasshopper

Aphids

Transform

SULFOXAFLOR

1 oz

$7.25/ac

Medium

Aphids

Tundra Supreme

BIFENTHRIN + CHLORPYRIFOS

10 oz

 

$6.07/ac

 

Medium

Aphids

Cloverworms

Grasshoppers

Stink bugs

Webworms

Tundra EC

BIFENTHRIN

3 oz

$2.40/ac

Medium

Aphids

Grasshoppers

Webworms

Advise 4

IMIDACLOPRID

1.5 oz

$1.30/ac

Medium

Aphids

leafhoopers

Tundra EC + Advise 4 (generic Leverage 360)

BIFENTHRIN + IMIDACLOPRID

3 oz of each

 

$4.97/ac

Long

 

Aphids

Grasshoppers

Webworms

Leafhoopers

Cloverworms

Stinkbugs

For more information contact: Kody Leonard (Agronomy Manager) @ 918-244-8250. To get on our schedule for application contact: Marty Steichen (Ranch Drive Manager) @ 580-761-6056

 

Alternative Herbicide Programs for Dicamba Tolerant Soybeans

Due to the recent court decision, which vacated the use of primary dicamba products registered for us on dicamba tolerant soybean systems, alternative weed control options will need to be implemented for control. Due to resistance, our control options for broadleaf weeds are limited to PPO products along with glyphosate and soil residual products.

 

Product Name

Rate

Cost

Timing

Comments

Anthem Max

2.0-5.7 fl oz/A

$11.17-$31.85/A

Through V6

Anthem Maxx contains Cadet for post weed control as well as the soil residual Zidua. Consult label for specific crop rotational restrictions.

Cadet

0.9 fl/A

$8.24/A

60 day PHI

Cadet contains fluthiacet for control of labeled emerged weeds. Include a soil residual herbicide in the tank mix.

Cobra

10.12.5 fl oz/A

$18.42-23.03/A

45 day PHI or R6

Cobra contains Lactofen for control of labeled emerged weeds. Include a soil residual herbicide in the tank mix. Causes more severe leaf burn than other PPO’s

Storm

1.5 pt/A

$19.67/A

50 day PHI

Storm contains Ultra Blazer and Basagran for control of labeled emerged weeds. Include a soil residual herbicide in

the tank mix.

Synchrony XP

1.5 oz/A

$17.43/A

60 days PHI

Post emerges on non Sts beans apply after first trifoliate. Consult label for soil pH restrictions.

Ultra Blazer (Avalanche Ultra)

0.5-1.5 pt/A

$3.71-11.15/A

50 days PHI

Ultra Blazer contains Acifluorfen for control of labeled emerged

weeds. Include a soil residual herbicide in the tank mix.

Warrant Ultra

48-70 fl oz/A

$19.31-$28.15/A

Up to R2

Warrant Ultra contains Reflex for post weed control of

labeled weeds as well as the soil residual herbicide Warrant.

For more details on these herbicides consilt:  http://s3.amazonaws.com/media.agricharts.com/sites/1515/Alternative Herbicide Programs for Dicamba Tolarant Soybeans-CHS Agronomy 2020.pdf
For more information contact: Kody Leonard (Agronomy Manager) @ 918-244-8250

To get on our schedule for application contact: Marty Steichen (Ranch Drive Manager) @ 580-761-6056

 

 Post Residual Herbicide Options in Soybeans

The best weed management practice is using overlapping residual herbicide applications starting with a pre-plant or pre-emerge residual product, followed by timely post emerge applications, combined with a residual product, to extend weed control until canopy closure. Many of these herbicides are group 15 herbicides, which do not have POST activity, so we must either overlap residuals, or control the population with another herbicide.

 

Product Name

Rate

Cost

Timing

Comments

Brawl

1-1.33pt/A

$5.61-$7.46/A

90-day PHI

Maximum of 2.6 pt/yr

Outlook

12-21 oz/A

$12.36/A- $21.63/A

VE-V5

Check label for soil type restrictions and rates. 24 fl oz/yr maximum

Warrant

1.25-2.0 oz/A

$10.13-$16.22/A

VE-R2

V2-V3 optimum timing. 4 qt/yr maximum

Zidua SC

1.75-5.75 oz/A

$9.52- $31.27/A

VE-V6

May cause some stunting or leaf burn.

Anthem Max

2.0-5.7oz/A

$11.17-$31.85/A

Through V6

Check label for soil type restrictions and rates.

Tavium

56.5 oz/A

$21.02/A

Through V4

45-day PHI

For use on dicamba tolerant soybeans only.

 For ,ore information regarding these herbicides please consult:http://s3.amazonaws.com/media.agricharts.com/sites/1515/POST Residual Herbicide Options in Soybean-CHS Agronomy 2020.pdf

For more information contact: Kody Leonard (Agronomy Manager) @ 918-244-8250

To get on our schedule for application contact: Marty Steichen (Ranch Drive Manager) @ 580-761-6056

 
 

 

Local Weather
Weather radar map

Tonkawa, Oklahoma (74654)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 66°F Dew point: 61°F
Humidity: 84% Pressure: 30.14 in. Hg
Wind: 8 mph From: Southeast

Forecast

Tuesday
Weather condition
Hi: 72°
Lo: 62°
Wednesday
Weather condition
Hi: 78°
Lo: 61°
Thursday
Weather condition
Hi: 84°
Lo: 56°
Friday
Weather condition
Hi: 90°
Lo: 61°
Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 89°
Lo: 61°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: °
Lo: °

Zip Code:

© 2020 Freese-Notis Weather


Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on September 22, 2020, 03:33:47 AM CDT
Kansas Newswire

More news...
National Newswire

More news...
AG Market Commentary
Hogs Lower at Closing Bell -

Lean hog futures end the Monday session with losses ranging 7 cents to $1.97 across the front months. The Fresh Bacon Index from CME was the highest

Corn Ends with Losses -

Corn closes the session with losses of a nickel to 8 3/4 cents for the front months. Money was heading for the sidelines in a lot of markets, and

Cotton Closes Lower -

Cotton futures ended the first trade day of the week down by 24 to 42 points. After the close, NASS reported 57% of new crop cotton had open bolls,

Wheat Double Digits Lower -

Wheat trading starts the week with double digit weakness. Chicago SRW futures were the weakest 2.7% to 3.6% losses on the day. KC HRW futures fell

Twenty Cent Drop for Nov Beans -

The soy futures complex starts the week with losses. Soybeans closed with a 21 cent loss for November contracts, and 10 1/2 to 19 3/4 cent losses

Cattle End in Red on Monday -

Live cattle futures traded lower on Monday in a broad sell off day. Futures ended the session $0.65 to $1.25 lower. Feeders Closed the day mixed

Full commentary...


The CME Group Intercontinental Exchange