Fall Prep for CRP

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  1. MN Hunter

    MN Hunter Active Member

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    I am doing some non selective spraying this fall, to prep for crp planting next spring/summer. I’ll be using glyphosate and AMS. Would anyone else had crop oil to this, or feel the need too?
     
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    If it was me, I would put some 24d and/or dicamba in there with it. That would get any marestail if they have germinated. They are tough little buggers but easily controlled with 24d or dicamba.
     
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    I’m on the fence on dicamba. I’m seeing oak tree damage that is looking like classic dicamba damage. Other trees showing similar symptoms. I’d use it as a last resort.


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    I agree there does seem to be some leaf cupping on trees this year. On the other hand there is a lot of seedcorn around here and dicamba has been used a lot for a long time with seedcorn. Wonder if it has more to do with so much dicamba getting sprayed later into the summer than normal? Would be nice if it didn't drift and volitalize so much because it is a very effective chemical.
     
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    Roundup and 24-d will work great. I would try for another just roundup pass in May and then no-till drill it. Been the quickest method of establishment in my experience.
     
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