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Corn+Soybean Digest

Always hit weeds with multiple modes of action (PDF download)

Roy Wendte aims to hit his problem weeds, waterhemp and marestail, with a one-two punch every time he sprays.

“I try to use multiple modes of action with each herbicide application — at least two or three modes,” says the Altamont, Ill., farmer. He puts down soil-applied residuals on all his crop acres, and deploys “as many modes of action within a season as I can.”

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