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When to apply 2-4D Amine

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Texasmark1

04-07-2021 14:45:50




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Have a new field (I planted with my drill implement) with the grass variety of field material to be cut for hay just now starting to come up. Some are still unseen. What is the rule for stunting new growth and applying 1% growth hormone to the weeds. They are going nuts and I really need to do something now.




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SVcummins

04-09-2021 18:07:30




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 Re: When to apply 2-4D Amine in reply to Texasmark1, 04-07-2021 14:45:50  
I would spray weeds on newly seeded grass until early fall



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mtf

04-07-2021 16:27:28




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 Re: When to apply 2-4D Amine in reply to Texasmark1, 04-07-2021 14:45:50  
Label says wait six months for fescues, and like grasses. If you spray too early you can delay seed head development.



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rustred

04-07-2021 16:08:07




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 Re: When to apply 2-4D Amine in reply to Texasmark1, 04-07-2021 14:45:50  
it is not clear what u planted , nor if under seeded? dont know why u want to fertilize the weeds?



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rrlund

04-07-2021 14:48:06




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 Re: When to apply 2-4D Amine in reply to Texasmark1, 04-07-2021 14:45:50  
What does it say on the label? It tells you everything you need to know.



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Texasmark1

04-07-2021 16:08:33




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 Re: When to apply 2-4D Amine in reply to rrlund, 04-07-2021 14:48:06  
Yeahhhhhh. I forgot about that....Senior Moment. Thanks will do.



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