Atrazine

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  1. cfalck

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    Coop sprayed the wrong half of the plot(wanted them to spray the corn side). Wondering what can plant now that it has been sprayed with atrazine. Corn has already been planted. Ideas?
     
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  3. Lucky 13

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    I believe sorghum, milo, egypt wheat would be fine.
     
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    Have a rooster booster close by so was hoping for some type of fall plot
     
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    Can you wait and do a fall plot? Might be ok by then. Somewhat limited If wanting to plant now. Like Lucky stated ya got grass family options.
     
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    What was the rate of atrizine.
    Anything over 1 lb could be a issue.
     
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    It amazes me how often co-ops spray the wrong field, the wrong chemical, etc.

    Last year a buddy had 150 acres I'd newly planted alfalfa that was all starting to emerge and the co-OP smoked it. They were in wrong field by a mile! Crazy.
     
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    Right at 1lb.
     
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    We had it flagged out too. But stuff happens
     
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    Do they cover losses in a situation like that?
     
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    What I do know for certain on our farm when we put 1 lb on for corn no problem planting beans in it the next year.
    At 1 lb. Rate there is a 10 month restriction for planting soybeans, 3 months for wheat and rye, 15 for alfalha
     

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