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Crimson Clover and spraying

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Anonymous

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My first cutting of hay is clover and rye grass. I was wandering if I get my pastures sprayed to kill any weeds or unwanted grass, would it effect my early clover growth. My second cutting is bermuda and bahia. I would like the second and third cuttings to be bermuda only. Any advice?

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Anonymous

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> My first cutting of hay is clover
> and rye grass. I was wandering if
> I get my pastures sprayed to kill
> any weeds or unwanted grass, would
> it effect my early clover growth.
> My second cutting is bermuda and
> bahia. I would like the second and
> third cuttings to be bermuda only.
> Any advice?

Don't know what it would do to your clover & ryegrass, but in years past in my part of the country ranchers would spray Ally on hay meadows that had bermuda and bahia, when they wanted to kill out the bahia. Perhaps you could achieve the desired result by simply spraying soon after your first cutting. I assume Ally is still sold, but don't know for certain.
 
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Well you don't want to spray with Grazon P+D, because that will kill the clover and you can't replant it for up to two years after.
 

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