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Posted 11/24/2021 18:38 (#9339251 - in reply to #9338243)
Subject: RE: Resicore herbicide

Northern Ohio Grain
mounder - 11/24/2021 09:05

If the injury is leaf burn it is the acetochlor (Surpass) doing it. The same thing can happen to Harness use.

If the injury is leaf bleaching that's from the Mesotrione (Callisto),

I've never seen Clopyralid (Stinger) injury in corn. Stinger is a growth regulator so if there was injury it would at a growing point on the corn plant. For those claiming crop injury from Stinger what were you seeing for injury?

Stinger can carryover to the next crop such as soybeans depending on the weather. The later Stinger is applied the more likely it could possible carryover.

I would like to know too, have never seen stinger injury on corn. In my opinion it is one of the safest products for corn. It is labeled and has been used on field corn, seed corn, popcorn and sweet corn for years. Even more now with the generics. Now when we start talking premixes that include clopyralid, it's a different story. Like I said In above post have seen Python injury more than I can remember.
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