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Red Root Pigweed

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ChasK

09-12-2019 07:20:24




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As I wait for the county agent to get back with me, I wanted to see what knowledge is here.
Yes I know it's poisonous when consumed green in large enough quantities. I have a strip of this weed growing in my seeding. It appears to be a spreader width for a quarter mile of the field. I'm guessing it was a load that did not get composted long enough or the outside scrape up. Regardless, in my youth, I remember seeing it in seeding, and we would cut, dry, bale as normal. I don't remember any ill effects to livestock. So my question: Does drying Pigweed in hay reduce it's toxicity?

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caterpillar guy

09-13-2019 10:38:21




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 Re: Red Root Pigweed in reply to ChasK, 09-12-2019 07:20:24  
Yes bale it and feed it. We have had most every weed around in hay at one time or another with no problems. Even milkweed.



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ChasK

09-13-2019 06:36:03




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 Re: Red Root Pigweed in reply to ChasK, 09-12-2019 07:20:24  
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I was hoping someone here had real world experience with it in DRY hay. I know how to kill it. At this point it's too late for me to spray it. Again, I know how to kill it, but it's too late for that in this case.
Can it be baled dry w/o toxicity concerns?[b:ca961ec08f][/b:ca961ec08f]



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WAYNE-N-TEXAS

09-13-2019 04:48:42




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 Re: Red Root Pigweed in reply to ChasK, 09-12-2019 07:20:24  
Grazon is great for that and won't harm your grass.



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ChasK

09-12-2019 08:04:01




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 Re: Red Root Pigweed in reply to ChasK, 09-12-2019 07:20:24  
Yes, I've found plenty online of how to control it. That is not my concern right now. It will not be an issue next year.



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550Doug

09-12-2019 07:51:38




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 Re: Red Root Pigweed in reply to ChasK, 09-12-2019 07:20:24  
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Here is a snippet from a long article:

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Full article here:

https://eorganic.org/node/5121



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