In the spring of 2015, the oldest message in a bottle was found, 108 years and 138 days after being dropped into the North Sea. It reminds me some research questions take a long time to answers. Sometimes the delay is because we are not asking the right questions. We usually research herbicides as individual applications; however, we apply herbicides in consecutive applications. We are told to rotate modes of action (MoA), but what is the effect of one herbicide following another on the crop and on weed control. These and other questions will be answered in this talk, based on new research conducted in 2015-2016.
Mathers Environmental Science Services, LLC
Hannah Mathers is currently an independent horticulture researcher and consultant in nursery and landscape. From 2000-2014 she was a professor at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Since 2015, she has been the owner of her own business Mathers Environmental Science Services (MESS), LLC. Hannah works with chemical companies, growers, landscapers, IR-4, associations and funding agencies across the U.S. and Canada. Hannah is a recognized national speaker and writer and is best known for her research in bio-rational, conventional, and alternative weed control in nursery crops and landscapes.