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    Default Nut grass

    Sprayed a soybean field last week with round up and everything is dead but the nut grass with exception of the nut grass in the tire tracks. The nut grass in the tire tracks is toast. I'm guessing it's because I go better coverage with what was mashed flat? Suggestions on how to kill the rest? Maybe add crop oil?

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    It's glossy coating. Need more sticky
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    Permit. Bend over. Roundup is terrible on nutgrass as is most everything.
    cut\'em

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    It worked great on what was ran over. I know slay will kill the hell out of it but I'm not 100% sure it's safe for soybeans. I sprayed a few to test it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southernduck View Post
    Permit. Bend over. Roundup is terrible on nutgrass as is most everything.
    What he said...

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    get you some hogs
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Dual Magnum will hold it back some of it is yellow nutgrass. Tires probably physically damaged the nutgrass.
    cut\'em

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    Does anything eat it?

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    you got me on ignore, or something?
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Will anything eat it other than hogs?

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    Clethodim smoked it in my Sunflowers this year. Ran 12 oz Cleth and 1 qt AMS to the acre. It even had some control on the Bermuda and that stuff is the debil.

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    Slaya you got yer shit backwards. Need some crop oil not ams
    cut\'em

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    Quote Originally Posted by LB1 View Post
    Does anything eat it?
    Turkeys, hogs, and waterfowl if there water on it. We spanked the geese in flooded nutgrass beside a cotton field after a bunch of rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaya View Post
    Clethodim smoked it in my Sunflowers this year. Ran 12 oz Cleth and 1 qt AMS to the acre. It even had some control on the Bermuda and that stuff is the debil.
    I have a proven track record that I can kill Bermuda. Eradicating purple or yellow nutsedge has been difficult for me. I was told by a weed scientist that, in most years, it has produced enough carbohydrates by June 1st to re-emerge next spring from tubers, even if it is sprayed

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtimeduckhunter View Post
    I was told by a weed scientist that, in most years, it has produced enough carbohydrates by June 1st to re-emerge next spring from tubers, even if it is sprayed
    This!!!

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    I sprayed it again yesterday with 1 gallon of round up to 35 gallons of water and 1/2 gallon of crop oil. I will find out soon enough if the slay killed my test beans.

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