Join Date: Apr 2014
Location: central manitoba
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Best way to clean out wild oats
Thanks to this spring, it looks like we are going to have quite a few wild oats in our barley. Was just so dry after seeding that nothing was coming for weeds, so we waited as long as we could to spray, much of it was close to flag leaf, so didn't really want to wait any longer in case we got a week of bad weather and couldn't get to it. So now that the rains have come, the wild oats have really appreciated that, and are standing proud waving to me. So my question is, what is the best way to clean them out after combining them? If it turns out that it doesn't look too bad, I won't worry about it, but if it's bad, I might want to clean it a little. Just starting to get prepared. We haul direct to hog barns, so want to keep up a good reputation of quality grain. Don't need it as clean as seed, but nice.
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