What Broadleaf Herbicide Besides 24D?

yoderjac

5 year old buck +
I just ordered some interline. I had hoped to get some this spring but couldn't find it in-stock anywhere. Keystone now has it. Of course it is 2.5X what I paid last year from Rural King. Rural King no longer ships it. No store within 100 miles has it but I noticed Rural Kings price this year is the same as I'm paying from Keystone.
 

SwampCat

5 year old buck +
Keystone told me there is zero wait period required and mentioned that was a benefit over 24D.


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Told me the exact opposite
 

FarmerDan

5 year old buck +
The whole debate about triclopyr? It's a forestry use herbicide and it's contained in small amounts in turf herbicides. I've not seen everything in my life, but I've never seen or read anything where it's recommended for ag use. Use it if you wish. The carryover and planting consequences are risks. It's persistence in the soil appears to be dependent on many factors, some known, some unknown. What Keystone said depends, I guess, on what was asked in how much detail and what was heard in response.

It's possible for this to work. The uptake by wheat appears to be a non-event but I'd say that statement applies to a post emergence application. I don't think you'll find any published research on newly seeded wheat. What does a triclopyr label say about seedling turf? That's a hint.

To 2,4-d. It's very possible to use it and eliminate any concern about drift. I'm going to leave a link. If your interested, read the section "How Drift Happens."
https://ipm-drift.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/sites/hdrm/files/imce/Overview of Drift Issues FINAL.pdf

Again, the issue is risk. This time of a different form.
 

weekender21

5 year old buck +
The whole debate about triclopyr? It's a forestry use herbicide and it's contained in small amounts in turf herbicides. I've not seen everything in my life, but I've never seen or read anything where it's recommended for ag use. Use it if you wish. The carryover and planting consequences are risks. It's persistence in the soil appears to be dependent on many factors, some known, some unknown. What Keystone said depends, I guess, on what was asked in how much detail and what was heard in response.

It's possible for this to work. The uptake by wheat appears to be a non-event but I'd say that statement applies to a post emergence application. I don't think you'll find any published research on newly seeded wheat. What does a triclopyr label say about seedling turf? That's a hint.

To 2,4-d. It's very possible to use it and eliminate any concern about drift. I'm going to leave a link. If your interested, read the section "How Drift Happens."
https://ipm-drift.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/sites/hdrm/files/imce/Overview of Drift Issues FINAL.pdf

Again, the issue is risk. This time of a different form.

I told Keystone about an issue with persisting perennial and annual weeds following 2x gly applications last fall. I asked about 24D vs. Triclopyr and they recommended Triclopyr.

They went as far as recommending 1 oz per gallon (no more than 2oz/gallon) and recommended only spraying areas of the plot that required it. The labels I’ve read online recommend application for broadleaf control.


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homerj1

5 year old buck +
There are two forms of Triclolpyr. T3 and T4. Neither is labeled for use on cropland.

Foodplots aren't "cropland" I suppose.
 

Wind Gypsy

5 year old buck +
Well I pushed off my planting about a week but I’m going to give it a try anyways with oats/AW peas/beans/MRC and I’ll let ya know how ugly it is.
 

Nightvision

5 year old buck +
You could use a drift agent in the 2-4-d and spray earlier in the morning.

Also, I’m not very knowledgeable about it but what about Valor? Not sure of the plant back but found out it’s labeled for clover under 6” in height.
 
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