I'll echo that roundup statement, its all but ineffective down here due to what you just pointed out, spray round up.... spray it again.... bump the rate and spray again. Its only used for burn down now and as a low rate tank mix if you have some grass escapes. Learn from our mistakes.Mesiotrione is 100 a gallon. Atrazine is 15$ a gallon. It’s dang near free. Whatever you do don’t keep spraying roundup on it 3 times a year. That kochia will only get worse.
Yeah I only did that once and when I saw we have resistant kochia around I added the armezon and bumped the rate on the kochia patches. Looks like I need some different actives, I will look into your mixture.Whatever you do don’t keep spraying roundup on it 3 times a year. That kochia will only get worse.
The spiked wheels are there to clear the straw. Only way to have a no till unit on a single rank and still go through straw is to have something to clear the straw. Works amazingly. Did fall demo’s in heavy matted pea stubble behind combines. Perfect field finish. Impressive. Simple and works. They’re ground driven. The 60ft machine has 5 separate independent sections of them.What are those piked wheels in the back? and that 3’ roller in the front?
Ya I hear you 100%. I’mSome good innovation on that unit for sure! You know my thoughts on wide rows for cereals but in regards to your corn question it is critical to get good singulation. Without specific experience I would suggest singulation would be less critical in narrow rows than say on 30". I would be aiming to market that as a 15" corn unit that can apply some(probably not all) fertility in same pass. Just depends on the singulation. But if it works it could be a very good corn/beans/canola unit.