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I'm considering spraying my red clover with Raptor this next spring to control some broadleaf weeds but I'm wondering if there is payback for the cost of the chemical and my time spraying. Will the lessened competition from the weeds make the clover yield better or will damage from the chemical to the clover make it even out or perhaps a loss?

I also have some areas where the dummy spraying (me) missed some narrow bands when he was spraying glyphosphate and now the quack grass has put a lot of pressure on the clover so that those areas don't really yield at all. Will Raptor do sufficient damage to the quack grass or should I spray those strips with Poast or will that even be effective?
 
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