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Posted 7/31/2020 15:36 (#8407276 - in reply to #8407117)
Subject: RE: Milk weed removal

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ctnfarms - 7/31/2020 14:27

I don't want to sound like a tree hugger because I'm definitely not, but milk weed is the only plant that the monarch butterfly uses to reproduce. That is the one weed I have learned to live with.

My ancestors are likely rolling in their graves: but I mow around milkweed patches in my crp.

I used to be able to control it in row crops with RUP and 2-4-D through the sponge applicator. Hemp dogbane, not so much. I also have noticed monarchs on hemp dogbane as well. They still get mowed though.
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