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Volunteer canola in peas

Is there any safe chemical to spray in peas at early flower to kill volunteer canola. And if there is can it be tank mixed with delaro?

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I don't think so. But i could be wrong

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I've think I've sprayed basagran at early flower before. Ask your local BASF rep first, though.
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Is there any safe chemical to spray in peas at early flower to kill volunteer canola. And if there is can it be tank mixed with delaro?
Basagran will smoke it even if it's bolted but label says prior to flowering. Phone BASF and ask for the off label folks see what they say.

My guess is that it will bronze it and abort some flowers and grow through it but I'd probably do a test strip first and wait a few days and see.

Depends on how bad the canola pressure is. Peaola isn't the worst thing in the world. Not like canola-bean where it takes 10 bushel off the top.
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How much canola is there? Would it be possible to just let it intercrop together? Some people seem to have decent luck doing that, I've never tried it. Maybe staging is all wrong?
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I thought you might be able to tickle it with some mcpa but label says before buds.

I’d just never drive by that field then hold your nose when it comes time to harvest!
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I wish I had the luxury to ignore volunteer canola. I'm heading out tonight to spray some volunteer canola in a field for a neighbor.
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Would the canola be high enough above the peas that you could maybe rent a weed wick? Or whatever they're called and get them that way?
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You'd have to go through the field multiple times with a weed wick I think. If volunteers are that bad, they are going to keep popping up all season.
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How about a picture.

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