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Discussion in 'Deer Management, Habitat & Conservation' started by 90acres, Mar 27, 2006.
How soon can I spray for broadleaf weeds?
When are you planning to plant your food plot?
If you aren't going to plant untill late this summer you can go ahead and spray now, but you might need to spray again before you plant.
Don't waste your time and money by spraying now.
Gotta wait until there are leaves to be sprayed. Broadleaf spray formulas work by killing the weed from the outside in. If you spray now, it will have very little effect.
What he said,,,,,most broadleafs are later season plants and would really emerge on you after you have sprayed.
Late April to mid May is prime time.
I forgot to mention, here is what I do for a living.:wave:
We make lawns look like this........or at least we try!
little smaller this time
Good job, Arrow!!!!!!
I've got some young clover already established, just want to give it a chance to come thru. So don't spray broadleaf till May/June? How about grasses?
If its a clover plot, I would'nt worry about spraying for broad leaf. You should be able to mow it this summer to control broadleaf. Most of your troublesome grasses will most likley be cool season, so you could spray for grasses in april after these grasses have all come out of dormancy.
yeah, what he said......it is funny, guys here are trying to get clover to be the dominate plant, while all my customers want it killed.
The problem for both sides is that mother nature does not like to be told what to do. She has been created to prevent the dominance of any one species in an area.
(just ask a farmer if it is easy to only have one specific type of plant grow in a certain area!)
Those sure are straight lines Arrow! Did that for a while. That sure is hard to do with a walk-behind!
hey arrow1 where was that first pic taken at. looks familar
I think it is my back yard........hee hee hee!!:rotfl::rotfl:...........................NOT
If I didn't know better I'd say it was my clover field.
Anytime you want some practice doing landscaping like that I would be more than happy to let you do mine. Those yards were beautiful.