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Killing sunflowers in ngmo soybeans?
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dragon71
Posted 6/9/2021 17:44 (#9050293 - in reply to #9050216)
Subject: RE: Killing sunflowers in ngmo soybeans?


Farming in NW Iowa
All I've ever had is non gmo beans and sunflowers are the biggest pest I fight. Worse than waterhemp for me. I've been using Classic up to 1/2 oz with Pursuit and Cobra, but if you spray them after 4 leaves on the sunflowers they come right through. Firstrate, Raptor, Flexstar don't do it either .And tried Basagran on the bean buggy.
Last year I mounted a second tank on my bean buggy and sprayed the with Roundup. Just be careful with the trigger!
And they somehow get through the cultivator.
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