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Posted 6/30/2020 09:06 (#8344936)
Subject: Which Chemical Causes This.

West-Central Missouri

I notice some leaf damage after spraying 2nd pass on soybeans this year. This is only on soybeans I have sprayed so I am sure it is something coming from my sprayer. These are LLGT27 so it should not from mesotrione.
1st pic is leaf damage.
2nd pic is what I sprayed on corn prior to this at 10 gpa
3rd pic is what I am spraying now at 20 gpa.
After I sprayed corn. I triple rinsed tank with about 75 gal. On 2nd rinse I added 1/2 gallon ammonia and a few squirts of dish soap. I sprayed out the tank with a garden hose at about 50-60 psi connected to my output side of my pump recirculating that mix to remove residue in tank.
This pic is on soybeans sprayed from 3rd tank load of Liberty after rinsing out corn chemical
Soybeans were sprayed on 6/18/20
Is this from Warrant or from something in the corn spray.
I noticed when I rinsed out the tank after corn spray, I had a thin pasty film on tank walls in places I was unable to completely remove. Does a commercial tank cleaner to quite a bit better?
I doubt this will be an issue, but if there is an easy way to fix it, I would prefer to.



Edited by gbryce 6/30/2020 09:11

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