Blayne Reed, Extension Agent IPM, has just published an excellent article on considerations for planting corn or sorghum in ground treated with yellow herbicides in anticipation of cotton planting.
The full article is here: http://halecountyipm.blogspot.com/2015/05/planting-sorghum-or-corn-in-yellowed.html
Here is the first paragraph:
It is no secret that we have had a devil of a time with weed control these past few seasons. In response we have been getting better and more aggressive in our use of pre-plant herbicides in our primary row crop, cotton. This is making for an interesting dilemma with such a long (yet welcome) period of wet weather delaying most cotton plantings. Any more delays in cotton planting and many of us will be outside our window for our full potential of profitable cotton crop. This leads many of us to consider alternate crops that do not require as large a production window such as corn or sorghum planted slightly later. So, what can we do about our fields that were aggressively treated with pre-plant residual cotton herbicides?
View the answers.