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Weed Control with herbicides from Kenso Agcare

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Kenso Agcare  explains that weed control for the season begins with grazing management in winter. It is important that grazing strategies are developed for the later winter, early spring flush. This may include the use of herbicides.

Seed set control in grass pastures will be more reliable if grazing is managed to achieve even head emergence of the target grasses. Even head emergence is achieved by grazing the paddock heavily up to 2-3 weeks prior to spraying, and then removing stock to allow the grasses to go to head.

The decision to use Glyphosate or Paraken 250 herbicides should depend upon the paddock and the weed spectrum. Glyphosate is a translocated herbicide that moves within the plant and should be applied earlier than paraquat.

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