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  • dennis1
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    another we will see...

    https://www.farmprogress.com/weeds/p...8133b6aacfbbf4

    now it is making me wonder about those Arkansas teeth 479 mentioned, Arkansas teeth? ha ah ha "a mor'n 1 tooth?"

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  • dennis1
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    Originally posted by 4450 View Post
    Remember dennis, there's always the disk. Don't have to worry about field edges, wind direction, inversion, sensitive crops. Just drop her in the ground and go, lol.
    all you have to do is NOT knock out the "neighbors' fence posts while trying to keep the fence row "clean"..

    lol



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  • Uncle Cracker
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    Like ECI, I have used Interlok for years. It is a very good drift aid.

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  • 4450
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    Remember dennis, there's always the disk. Don't have to worry about field edges, wind direction, inversion, sensitive crops. Just drop her in the ground and go, lol.

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  • ECI
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    I have used a lot of Interlock over the years - and still use it - great produce !

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  • davidm479
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    Iwant to see yho the first one BRAVE enough to use the new formulation is here in IN Arkansas a $20.000 fine if it creeps has TEETH-------------------dave

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  • dennis1
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    This must be a product that really works, at the least, one "group" of commercial applicators were charging for the product and still running at the top end of the
    label wind speed...

    https://www.farmprogress.com/crops/w...b79763fb711f62

    forgot my winky!

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  • ECI
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    I went to a meeting 2 or 3 years ago - the subject came out about the new life saver - dicamba products - the speaker went on to say it will only take 3 years max for it to become resistant to dicamba - Guess he knew what he was talking about !

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  • dennis1
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    https://www.no-tillfarmer.com/articl...med-in-kansas?

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  • dennis1
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    A couple of the experiments that I was watching close as to how much damage, and yield reduction, both got drift from a neighboring producer, but so far,
    yield reduction hasn't been proven...according to another presentation... and soybeans, NOT flowers etc... ???

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  • davidm479
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    Several lawyers are already on retainer just waiting to pounce------------------------dave

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  • dennis1
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    https://www.greenbook.net/article/20...UyWEYifQ%3D%3D

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  • dennis1
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    I can relate to that too... lol

    however these were very small whirls...unlike those whirl winds in western Kansass where the foreigners*, mistake them for tornadoes

    foreigner* someone east of 81


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  • 4450
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    Never seen the spirals in a fog but after 2013, any spiral/whirlwind looking thing in the sky and I'm not sticking around to watch it. I'm headed for the shelter, lol.

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  • dennis1
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    YES 4450, inversion was talked about last year, and stressed this year.

    The labeled wind conditions, barriers, down wind crops etc is pretty simple....but that inversion can be NASTY...and still get the best of intentions, ma nature is involved.

    I did see something interesting several days back, had fog, and in Kansas, fog usually rolls through, lifts in a distance...well, sitting here
    watching it lift...little spirals much like whirl winds, within the fog as it lifted...what was causing that particular "action" I have some theories,
    but for now, would ask if anyone else has seen it and how about the size of those individual droplets? btw, it was wet after the fog "lifted"

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