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Clopyrslid is the generic ingredient in stinger. Any brand or name is fine if that’s the generic. Winter wheat - u will need to spray separately with clethodim & crop oil…. I’d be doing that ASAP.So thistledown herbicide is the same thing, I think, and seems to be easier to get? Both Clopyralid. I need something desperately to kill of thistles in brassica and winter wheat.
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My buddy is the one that used it & brought to my attention. It’s labeled for brassicas so not sure where the concern is but I do want to dig in.Has anyone ever used Stinger on their Turnips? What I keep hearing is not to use it on turnips, rape or radishes?
Damn those look nice!! You'll have volleyball sized turnips in that patch.Backyard brassicas for my families viewing pleasure. This was timber 4 months ago. I was able to water it during the drought and went a lil crazy with the fertilizer. Planted July 29.
My 4 year old is working on becoming a deer whisperer.
Just fun to watch em. Probably will never get "hunted"
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Not army worms. If u for army worms- be nothing left.Was up at the farm yesterday and brassicas are doing a lot better, basically sat dormant for a month after planting. Did notice little holes in about all the larger leaves on the turnips and radishes. Should have took some pics. Anybody know what this is from? They’re about 1/4-1/2” holes. Please don’t tell me army worms! Lol
Some additional info, for those that are curious about the impact of army worms...Harrumph...I now have learned that Army Worms have a taste for brassica plots. I surveyed a couple of plots yesterday that were looking very good at one point and are now 99% dirt. It appears to me that these dastardly crawlers hit all of my rye/oats/peas plots too, but that I am getting some, as in 15%'ish, regrowth on the rye, but my 2021 brassicas are pretty much toast. Dang it.
I am just learning about these pests for the first time this year, but they appear to have not impacted any milo or EW, so at least that survives. But suddenly I am looking at a lean year for the plots, I just hope that this winter is not as tough as last winter. All neighbors that I am aware of experienced similar problems, the food supply in this area could be an issue this winter.
My limited understanding of all things army worms goes like this...this hopefully was a one time, fluke occurrence and not something that could have been prevented, nor is it likely to reoccur. The frost/winter temps will kill them all so there will be no carryover this far north. The hurricane related winds carried the moths from the south to the midwest, etc, in August and once there they laid their eggs and for the most part they hatched out in September, when they then creamed lawns and crops all over Iowa.That's a bummer to hear Dave. I wonder if previous crop termination type or timing impacts Army Worms? Like slug outbreaks in no til soybeans drilled into green rye? Timing of termination vs new crop planting. Til vs No Til, etc..
May be able to drill some rye this late and at least get some greenup food come spring.