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What was the timing on your Oust? Second year switch?first glance, I'd say maturing foxtail, it's going/went to seed. I had that occur last year to mine, mowed and mowed and still didn't stop it but this year put oust on it and the stand is a good looking field of switch.
One more thing.... i would not spray 2,4d as late as you did. First application fine, 2nd spraying eliminate 2,4d.Thanks for all the input.
- I’ll add another variety.
- thus fall, I may gly everything to help prepare good soil contact for next spring.
- This winter I’ll prob try the in-and-out of the freezer to get started on stratified. (Or could I just store it outside and let the normal temp swings stratify it?
- Frost seed it in Feb/March by sowing rather than drilling
- keep the same general spraying regimen as this year.
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Type of foxtail. Not giant foxtail- which is good. Clip it & keep canopy open for switch.What is this weed? I have it in my switch. Thanks in advance.
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Here’s link that best describes all that in very solid & thorough detail …..Can someone explain the differences between the different Crop oils and why or which one to use with which Herbicides.
Or is there a single General purpose one that would work with most Herbicides Food plotters would use.
NonIonic Surfactants, Crop oil Concetrates, Nitrogen Surfractants, Seed Oils, Methylated Seed oil
If u have time…. Quinclorac & meth seed oil ……. & one more thing, if u can add simazine or atrazine. One mix. That’s by far the best. Spray ASAP.I have some similar looking first year switchgrass stands with what hoytshooter posted (with the foxtail). Will quincloac work if sprayed now (or next week) or is it too late since they are in the process of going to seed and will have to handle it next year?
Sameskis bro...A good buddy keeps telling me its there but I also went through the drought your talking about...I mowed it yesterday for the 3rd time this summer...I have walked all over it and have not seen anything the would lead me to believe there is switch growing...My plan is to nuke the field here is September or October and just start over next year....sucks but it is what it is at this point....I want switch SO bad but am struggling to see any of it growing yet and I am terribly impatient...I have literally lost sleep over this stuff lolIt's decision time for me. I'm either gonna nuke this thing soon and start over or let it go on the prayer that it's down there yet
We started the year in a drought with a couple small rains in may. June turned blistering hot with maybe a tenth or two. Rain didn't come until the second week of July and that just got the foxtail going. I mowed 3 times and hit it with quinclorac. I see zero switch in this stand. My fear is it may have gotten just enough to germinate in June and then burned up.
I hate to let it go and waste another year if it's cooked. I might just flip a coin. LolView attachment 121200View attachment 121201
No Sir , Just spread the seed you do not want to disturb the soil ... Freeze Thaw will work it in ..If you frost seed in February/March, do you guys do any soil prep in the fall to help the seed to soil contact? Like spray in the fall to kill everything?
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