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Obsessed

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I have heard of people bailing clover (Specifically Lee Lakosky). You just need a very large field to make it work because you just don't get the tonnage off it and it dries down (shinks) alot.

Also.... I think I would be focusing on P&K on your clover..... shouldn't need any urea.
My neighbor will bale it when he bales his and other pastures around mine. I won't get a ton of bales, but enough to feed my couple of pets through winter. I heat with a large outside wood burner (boiler), so I have more than enough wood ash that can be used in place of potash, but my soil tests on the alkaline side of the acidic scale, so I don't throw any down. Not sure about Phosphorus, but the urea made my clover explode, so I don't think I need to spread anymore fertilizer of any type at the moment.

Should i spread wood ash if my soil is alkaline?
 

IowaBowHunter1983

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Anyone use imox before? (Lots of brand names for this). I’ve always done clethodim & crop oil & just mowed broadleaves. Buddy showed up to help & had some. I swear he said his little container said “4-5 oz per acre”. Label has some crazy high rates of 64-128 oz per acre though. I have no clue if he was either: 1) way off or 2) it really is 64-128 oz per acre & this stuff is LUDICROUS EXPENSIVE?!?!?
Well- he sprayed 2 weeks ago. Bro was mowing today & it did nothing. Zero. Didn’t touch weeds one bit.
So- $300/gallon- label says 64-128 oz per acre. 4-5 oz clearly did nothing. I don’t get confused on herbicides often but this is a new one for me and a no go based on 1st experience
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I am having exact same confusion right now. Lots of people quote the lower rate. How can it be so different than label? I am perplexed.
 

Sligh1

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I am having exact same confusion right now. Lots of people quote the lower rate. How can it be so different than label? I am perplexed.
I’d avoid it to be honest. It didn’t work at all when I used it at lower rate. Higher rate is insane expensive. I’m sure folks have better results but I’ll continue to do clethodim & crop oil for grass & mow for broadleaves
 

170

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I’d avoid it to be honest. It didn’t work at all when I used it at lower rate. Higher rate is insane expensive. I’m sure folks have better results but I’ll continue to do clethodim & crop oil for grass & mow for broadleaves
We have used Imox at the rate recommended for Raptor, which is around 6 oz per acre. We had great results spraying early, like mid April to early May. Imo it worked better than clethodim ever has.
 
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