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    Default Crossbow for chufa?

    I know the 2-4d,b is good for broadleafs but will the triclopyr BEE hurt the chufa? Searched all the threads here and all over the onlines but can't find anything for sure. Even called southern ag and he wasn't sure.

    ETA already have some crossbow or would go with something else like Milestone
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    I don’t know about Crowe ow but I use Poast and 24dB (butyrac)

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    I wouldn’t risk that. 24d-b and Poast or Clethodim are the only things I’d spray on Chufa for weeds.


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    Others are correct 24d-b and poast or clethodim is all I use.

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    FYI.....Dicaba aka Strut will safely handle all your broadleaf problems in chufa with the quickness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calibogue View Post
    FYI.....Dicaba aka Strut will safely handle all your broadleaf problems in chufa with the quickness.
    What kinda results are you seeing on the nut grass with the Strut, if any? I was going to test a section with it at 12oz to the acre.


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    As far as I know, if you have nutgrass in your chufa fur your only option is to cultivate. Assuming you planted with a row planter
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