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Cool Clethodim on early flowering canola

Has anyone had experience with putting centurion, or whatever grassy product you may use on canola with the sclerotinia fungicide? I have some volunteer cereals out there that I would like to make disappear. Just wondering if it would affect the flowers that are already open or not. My crop is still 5-6 days away from fungicide timing...

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Just did 500 ac with centurion on liberty canola that was 15% in bloom. There are no restrictions on crop staging. You can also use quizalofop-p-ethyl(assure). Not sure if you can tank mix the fungicide in though, but should be able to.


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Was considering doing the same with peas but was told flowers could be burnt. Not sure if it would be the same with canola but might be something to investigate.
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Have mixed it with proline before at 50 percent bloom no problem. Went 60 Ac per case and did not see any damage to canola
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I've done with Peas in the past, and will do some again this year again. Haven't had any issues at 20% flower or so.
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I've hurt lentils with clethodim but never canola.
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I've hurt lentils with clethodim but never canola.
What stage were lentils when you hurt them?
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I mix different fungicides with cleth on chickpeas regularly
Canola I have not but I have used stinger + cleth with success

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Thanks for the input fellas I went in with 3/4 rate of arrow so will see I guess
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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.

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