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Not using Glyphosate when spraying Soybeans
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Posted 1/10/2019 09:27 (#7234528 - in reply to #7234222)
Subject: RE: Not using Glyphosate when spraying Soybeans


NC Kansas
I pretty much agree, save your R-up when running clethodim in beans.
Killing grasses is least of our weed control troubles. A lot of guys will tell you to just throw it in, don't cost much... but isn't that the attitude that got us where we are today? Grasses are basically the only thing round up is good for anymore so unless you have grasses present why throw it out there to keep building resistance in all our broadleaves. I know there are some synergies and things that roundup and other chemicals help each other be more effective but not in every case is it warranted to just "throw it in, can't hurt"
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