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HERBICIDE INSIGHTS: CEREAL RYE TERMINATION

Published on Wednesday, September 1, 2021

HERBICIDE INSIGHTS: CEREAL RYE TERMINATION

When making the decision to terminate a cover crop, what method works best? Camille Lambert, Beck’s Field Sales Agronomist, reviews three cover crop termination methods: crimping the cover crop, using a chemical control option (Roundup PowerMAX®), and a combination method of crimping + using chemical control (Roundup PowerMAX).

This study was performed across three different cereal rye (cover crop used) seeding rates: 30 lb., 60 lb., and 90 lb., with three different termination treatments used on each seeding rate: crimping at planting, crimping at planting + Roundup PowerMAX (chemical treatment), and Roundup PowerMAX (chemical treatment) by itself. Watch as Camille reviews the results of this 2021 Herbicide Insight Study!

 

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