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SWIFFY

5 year old buck +
This is all over a buddy’s bean 40DB024E-2E64-4B0F-98AB-0DE17430E23F.jpeg6990D767-F2C6-4E8C-815F-92EE4428B113.jpegplot and Gly didn’t kill it. Any idea what it is?
 

S.T.Fanatic

5 year old buck +
I also have that stuff in a low laying spot in one of my plots. Laughs at gly but i dont get to concerned about it. Cant help you with a name for it.
 

BuckSutherland

5 year old buck +
Horsetail, and its a real bitch to deal with. Spreads with tillage. Likes poor drainage. Nearly impossible to kill. I think you may need obscene amounts of glyphosate to kill it.
 

SWIFFY

5 year old buck +
Thanks Buck! I will pass that on!
 

WLD

Yearling... With promise
Horse tail. 2,4D will kill it, 2,4Db probably will also, but I haven’t tried it.
 

Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
Horse tail. 2,4D will kill it, 2,4Db probably will also, but I haven’t tried it.

What is the difference between 2,4D and 2,4Db?
 

Howboutthemdawgs

5 year old buck +
2-4db can be used on clover to kill broadleafs. 2-4d will kill your clover. Now I don’t know the chemical properties that facilitate that but you can mix 2-4db and cleth to tackle broadleafs and grasses in a clover plot
 

Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
2-4db can be used on clover to kill broadleafs. 2-4d will kill your clover. Now I don’t know the chemical properties that facilitate that but you can mix 2-4db and cleth to tackle broadleafs and grasses in a clover plot
Thanks! Saved me messing up.
 

Mortenson

5 year old buck +
Last I checked, clover isn't actually on the label for 24Db. Just for people who totally go by the book.

And here's a thread getting started on the farming forum just now about the Horsetail weed. I've heard any chemical that will actually kill it would prevent you from growing a crop on that land for many years.

 

WLD

Yearling... With promise
Ones safe on clover, one isnt!
That’s all I got....
Also safe on soybeans. I’ve also heard some say Butyrac 200 is also safe on alfalfa, chicory, and birdsfoot trefoil, but that I’m not 100 percent on.
 

WLD

Yearling... With promise
Last I checked, clover isn't actually on the label for 24Db. Just for people who totally go by the book.

And here's a thread getting started on the farming forum just now about the Horsetail weed. I've heard any chemical that will actually kill it would prevent you from growing a crop on that land for many years.

I’ve used 2,4d on horsetail. Killed it, then followed up with fall food plots a couple months later. 2,4d does have some residual effects in the soil, but it’s not that long.
 

WLD

Yearling... With promise
Last I checked, clover isn't actually on the label for 24Db. Just for people who totally go by the book.

And here's a thread getting started on the farming forum just now about the Horsetail weed. I've heard any chemical that will actually kill it would prevent you from growing a crop on that land for many years.

The link you provided was interesting though. I’m wondering if the weed had developed a resistance to 2,4d? Round up set it back, but every time I’ve applied 2,4d it nukes it, and it never returns.
 

Tap

5 year old buck +
2-4db can be used on clover to kill broadleafs. 2-4d will kill your clover. Now I don’t know the chemical properties that facilitate that but you can mix 2-4db and cleth to tackle broadleafs and grasses in a clover plot
I'm 99% positive that you cannot tank mix cleth and 24db. If memory serves me correctly, I tried that once...big mistake. It solidified into a sludge in my tank. It took me hours to get everything cleaned and working again.
Apply those 2 chemicals separately.
 
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