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Late Season Disease and Weed Control

CEU Credits: 0.5 |
Crop Management
*CHS Agronomy has submitted this course and is awaiting approval from the Agronomy Society of America. Once approval is received, your transcript will automatically update and if your CCA number is included on your profile your credits will automatically be reported in 4-6 weeks.x
Published 08/04/2022
| Course Duration: 38:15

Fields are facing more competition than ever from hard-to-control diseases and weeds. Take this course to help your customers eliminate late-season disease and weed pressure starting with on-target fungicide and herbicide application using adjuvants.

After successful completion of this course, you will be able to share with customers:

  • Risk factors that contribute to late season disease
  • Symptoms and management for common diseases in corn and soybeans
  • Considerations for late season weeds
  • When to use an adjuvant
  • How resistance to herbicide forms in weeds
  • Resistance management principles for weed control


James Rose

James Rose

CHS Agronomy, Technical Specialist

James Rose is part of the CHS Agronomy Product Development Department and is focused on product research and customer support. James’s position as technical specialist for Eastern Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Western Tennessee largely focuses on adjuvant research and crop protection. James comes from the University of Arkansas where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Environmental, Soil, and Water Science. He is completing a Masters degree in Weed Science where research was centered around new 2,4-D and dicamba crop technologies.

Expertise: General agronomy, weed science, dicamba, 2,4-D, soil fertility, and soil science

Ryan Bryant, Ph.D

Ryan Bryant, Ph.D

UPL, Technical Services Manager - Southern Region

Ryan is from Goodwell, Oklahoma and currently lives in Amarillo, Texas. He earned a B.S. from Oklahoma Panhandle State University, then a M.S. and Ph.D. in Crop Science from Oklahoma State University. Ryan’s experience includes 6 years in ag research and technical services.