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Spraying cover crops when it’s too cold

A general rule of thumb is to wait until you’ve mowed your lawn at least twice before heading out to spray cover crops. They need to be actively growing in order for herbicides to translocate. In this clip from a 25 May 2020 Farmer2Farmer virtual meeting, Pierceton, IN farmer Jamie Scott shows what to expect if you spray when the weather is too cold.

Length: 02:48

Year Produced: 2020

State: Indiana

Cropping Systems: Corn

Tags: burn down, herbicides