Burners use propane-fueled torches to generate heat that measures roughly 2,200 degrees F. The heat can kill insects and their eggs found above the soil surface and within about the top 1/8 inch of soil. The heat can control insects such as stink bugs and armyworms. Growers can use a burner pre-emergence or post-emergence depending on insect pressure. Note that using a burner while soybeans are blooming will harm the crop. To learn more about using a burner to reduce pest populations in crops such as corn and soybeans, call 844-242-4367, or go to http://bigyield.us/.
2023 Western Farm Show Specials
BigYield will be in booth 2006 at the 2023 Western Farm Show. We will be …