Chemistry Shifts
Emily Unglesbee DTN Staff Reporter
Thu Feb 4, 2016 01:17 PM CST

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- When the weeds started making him feel woozy last summer, Ross Albert knew it was time for a change.

"You'd walk through the field and get a little sick to your stomach, thinking how am I going to get this all cleaned up?" said Albert, who manages farms for Soy Capital Ag Services in central Illinois. "In some areas, the weeds were so thick that it was hard to walk down a 30-inch soybean row without getting tangled up in them."

Wet weather had scuttled timely herbicide applications on those acres, but samples sent into the ...

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