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Killing sunflowers in ngmo soybeans?
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dragon71
Posted 6/10/2021 00:07 (#9050872 - in reply to #9050411)
Subject: RE: Killing sunflowers in ngmo soybeans?


Farming in NW Iowa
4321 - 6/9/2021 18:57

Agree with everything you said.

Have you tried basagran with the sprayer?

Probably going to try basagran with the flexstar.


Haven't ever broadcast sprayed Basagran for sunflowers. Just with the bean buggy and it looked promising but the sunflowers eventually grew through the effects of it.
I was actually spraying borders of a field this evening with Basagran for some Canada Thistles until a hydraulic hose on the sprayer sprung a leak. Soaked a row of soybeans with Hytran so I;m guessing they're dead.
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