Agricultural equipment spraying field at sunsetWith generally stronger crop prices, many farmers are making plans to maximize the crop revenue those markets represent. One component of that is hitting top yield potential with smart, effective herbicide programs. Starting a crop clean with few or no early weed pressures, effectively managing herbicide residual activity and keeping a close watch out for potential herbicide-resistant weeds are fundamental outcomes to keep in mind in making adjustments to your herbicide program going into this spring. But they’re not universal variables; each one requires specific attention to each farm’s individual fields and considers weed pressures in past crop years. Get some more tips to fine-tune your herbicide program for this year’s crop.