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If it's bad enough... Leave it and try peaola. Might net you more in the end.

Unless you're in a clubroot area. Might want to kill it in that case if canola this year would push your rotation.

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The canola is small yet. Germinated after our first significant rain about 2 1/2 weeks ago. I had sprayed the first pass with 1/4 Rate pursuit before the rain. It maybe looks to be making them kinda sick right now. Just gonna leave it hopefully the pursuit residual holds it back enough that it won’t get too ugly. Thanks for the suggestions though

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Trying some 2,4-DB right now but by the time I know if it works it will be too late

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Losses off the combine in canola can sometimes have a big impact on next years crop. Volunteer canola can be a real pain in the but to control the following year. We try not to push our combines too hard in canola so we can keep the losses very low.
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I know of guys having good luck seeding peas and mustard together. Harvesting them together. Worth a try? One of the first times I heard of it a guy had lots of volunteer mustard in peas. Made $90/acre on the mustard when done. This was 5-8 years ago now.
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