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Prowl vs Metribuzin
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Posted 1/13/2021 15:08 (#8748330)
Subject: Prowl vs Metribuzin

Are there any advantages/disadvantages of one over the other when spraying with a soybean pre? (Aside from the yellowing mess that Prowl makes) I'm thinking of adding one or maybe even both to our soy pre of Zone. Metribuzin is a little cheaper but would it work as good? Our typical target broadleaves are waterhemp/pigweed, giant/common rag and marestail. Zone alone has worked decent but seems it either works really well or not very good at all and just trying to give it some help. I guess as I type this, I'm realizing Prowl would introduce another mode of action that we haven't used in a long time. Any other thoughts?
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