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Re: [hostapix] trifluralin?

  • Subject: Re: [hostapix] trifluralin?
  • From: "Dan & Lu" <hostanut@Bellsouth.net>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 13:54:05 -0400

Joe Halinar wrote:
"What you really want to do is to put just enough on in the late winter
before the hostas come up so that you see some weeds starting to show
up in early fall.  That tells you that you aren't building up an
excessive concentration in the soil."
 
Joe,
I think this is an excellent way to determine Surflan application concentrations.This way the Roundup  would knock out those late fall weeds and the Surflan would prevent weed seed germination for the next growing season.
 
What rates have you had good luck with using Surflan with Roundup?
 
Any suggestions on mid season applications?
 
Dan and Lu




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