Herbicide Injury:
Banvel II, Vanquish (dicamba) injury on Corn


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Banvel II or Vanquish injury on corn

Banvel II or Vanquish injury on corn.

Banvel II or Vanquish  injury on corn

Banvel II or Vanquish injury on corn.

Banvel II or Vanquish injury causes twisted brace roots on corn. Brace roots are gnarled and ten to grow together and do not grow into the soil to support the plant, leading to potential lodging late in the season. High rates, sensitive hybrids or late applications can all cause these symptoms.

Banvel II or Vanquish injury causes twisted brace roots on corn. Brace roots are gnarled and ten to grow together and do not grow into the soil to support the plant, leading to potential lodging late in the season. High rates, sensitive hybrids or late applications can all cause these symptoms.


"Onion leaf" symptom on corn caused by high rates of Banvel II or Vanquish (this can also occur on sensitive hybrids or when applied too late).

"Onion leaf" symptom on corn caused by high rates of Banvel II or Vanquish
(this can also occur on sensitive hybrids or when applied too late).

Excerpt from Agronomy Guide for Field Crops

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For more information:
Toll Free: 1-877-424-1300
E-mail: ag.info.omafra@ontario.ca
Author:

Greg Stewart - Corn Industry Program Lead/OMAFRA; Mike Cowbrough - Weed Management Field Crops Program Lead/OMAFRA

Creation Date: Not Available
Last Reviewed: 25 August 2003