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Late, it was like mid July. Was a second application of 0.19L but the wildoats wasn't quite dead and I didn't want it to make seed by the time we dessicated.

Turned the lentils all yellow and they matured way sooner than every other field.
Yikes! I hit some of mine with .1L (30 ac rate/jug) on some large WO and Darnel that the Poast I sprayed back in June didnít touch. It was last week just days before first flowers showed up. Lentils already looked pretty sick and yellow from the 4Ē in 2hr downpour they endured at end of June.

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A lot of guys spray lentils early flowering with Assure or centurion and I have never heard of problems with it.

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I've hurt lentils with clethodim but never canola.
What stage were lentils when you hurt them?
Late, it was like mid July. Was a second application of 0.19L but the wildoats wasn't quite dead and I didn't want it to make seed by the time we dessicated.

Turned the lentils all yellow and they matured way sooner than every other field.
That’s a pretty high rate. We usually apply at .075L. It’ll discolour them a bit but no damage.
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