a YouTube that was linked to me. You might take this quiz first to generate some more questions.
What have you used? Which weeds are getting more difficult to control? What strategies should we use to attack this problem, not knowing what 2014 is going to be like?
Probably the biggest lesson I've learned is to spray more often. Most herbicidal effects only last 30 days at most. Many do not last that long due to poor spraying conditions or the many things that can make a spray application not effective.
There is no one magic herbicide or herbicide plan. We must know our weed problems and our program to select the better products and apply them in a timely fashion at the right rate in the proper spray mix. Application is so important you must have a license to spray for others. I imagine we all need to study labels more and ask more questions, like this thread suggests.
Weed control is finally coming to the forefront again as old programs aren't working. The Ohio State weed survey last year showed an increase of weed pressure every year since the study was started. Out of thousands of fields surveyed, our local area only found 2% of fields weed free, the worst result since the study was started!
We really need to plan out our weed control. What we have done the past few years is not working!
Google won't post my weedy picture this morning so imagine your worst weed problem, please! I have to mention I saw the light of Christ in a man we met yesterday. God bless Ramone! Maybe we can talk more about that later.