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Will any chemical touch bromegrass(tame) in barley?

Never had to deal with brome until the last couple years, it is evidently harder to kill/control quackgrass. And as it turns out, people have been seeding it on purpose in hay stands, which was also news to me. Had lots bounce back after a late and heavy pre-seed burndown.

Simplicity is supposed to supress downy and japanese brome, but only in wheat.

Nothing in the guide book for brome in barley. ( and speaking of which, don't type Canada weed guide into google, it comes up with a different type of weed...)
Do any of the grassy weed herbicides do anything to brome, even if not on the label?

Already sprayed Axial for wild oats, and it does appear to have slowed the brome down.


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Glyphosate (heavy rate) in the fall would be your best bet. Not sure anything will kill it in barley crop.

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The Axial actually fried it all. Not even recovering yet.

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The Axial actually fried it all. Not even recovering yet.
Does the axial touch foxtail barley at all?
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Don't have foxtail barley here. It used to grow in old farmyards, but haven't seen it at all in recent years, so I couldn't answer your question. I know it looks like a royal PITA in other areas.

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I'd be miffed if you killed brome with axial.
Clethodim will be pretty ruff on it at 6 oz but usually takes 40oz of gly to kill it dead. Pretty tuff stuff to control in about any crop.
I mean if you killed it with axial that's great but I doubt it would touch it here
In the fall 20oz of glyphosate will knock it out but only after frost

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