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Re: Glyphosate or Triclopyr?
« Reply #20 on: August 22, 2018, 09:29:47 PM »
I am talking about RR bean fields, no pre emergent used. Your answer about the seed bank is a logical one, but does not explain rhizome plants, bird/deer deposited seeds, combine trash seed, fall blown tree seeds, etc. 

Fall bean desication with 2,4,D is relatively new in this area, and Dicambra has not been used yet here. 
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Re: Glyphosate or Triclopyr?
« Reply #21 on: August 23, 2018, 01:42:52 AM »
Good weed control year after year will reduce the weed pressure. Also most germination occurs in the spring so things may look clean after the cool season but even then if you add heat and moisture you will always see some growth when warmer temps arrive. And then there is fall and spring tillage to consider.

I can assure you those weed free areas will not stay that way when the soil warms and moisture arrives.
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