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Stacking the odds for wild radish control
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Spraying wild radish early as part of a two-spray strategy at the start of the growing season, proved to be the best control tactic in 2013 trials... Newer registered chemicals, such as pyrasulfotole and pyraflufen-ethyl, are highly effective at controlling radish, which has led to their rapid and widespread adoption in recent years.. The aim is to develop herbicide solutions to: avoid using the same product twice in a single growing season; get timing and application rates right; and delay the onset of wild radish resistance and prolong the efficacy of new actives pyrasulfotole (for example, Velocity and Precept ) and pyraflufen-ethyl (for example, Ecopar )...
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