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Dogface 03-23-2018 02:14 PM

Killing water lilies in marsh ditches
 
Should I put roundup in with 2-4d??? I always use surfactant and 2-4d but someone told me to add roundup (or the aquatic version). Any advice is appreciated.

tim3516 03-23-2018 02:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Dogface (Post 833627)
Should I put roundup in with 2-4d??? I always use surfactant and 2-4d but someone told me to add roundup (or the aquatic version). Any advice is appreciated.



Diquat 2-4d and surfactant.


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Matt G 03-23-2018 02:45 PM

I could have sworn I read where mixing the 2 together negatively affects the effectiveness of each other. Not sure if that's true or not.

Dogface 03-23-2018 03:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Matt G (Post 833629)
I could have sworn I read where mixing the 2 together negatively affects the effectiveness of each other. Not sure if that's true or not.

That’s what I thought also.

Dogface 03-23-2018 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by tim3516 (Post 833628)
Diquat 2-4d and surfactant.


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Don’t want to use diquat if possible.

tim3516 03-23-2018 04:00 PM

I?ll admit, I don?t know if mixing the 2-4d with the diquat has a negative impact. I got the diquat/surfactant from someone who used to spray right away from an airboat. I guess I figured 2-4d would only aid in the killing. Always learning.


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tim3516 03-23-2018 05:07 PM

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Originally Posted by tim3516 (Post 833634)
I?ll admit, I don?t know if mixing the 2-4d with the diquat has a negative impact. I got the diquat/surfactant from someone who used to spray right away from an airboat. I guess I figured 2-4d would only aid in the killing. Always learning.


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Edit: right of ways for pipelines


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meat killer 86 03-23-2018 08:28 PM

Use generic round up. 1 gallon of round up per acre. We spray from air plane. Works great!! We spray 60 acres.
So 60 gallons generic round up and 600 gallons of water. 10 gallons of water per acre. Smokes everything in its way


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Dogface 03-24-2018 03:12 PM

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Originally Posted by meat killer 86 (Post 833641)
Use generic round up. 1 gallon of round up per acre. We spray from air plane. Works great!! We spray 60 acres.
So 60 gallons generic round up and 600 gallons of water. 10 gallons of water per acre. Smokes everything in its way


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Thanks 👍👍

leblanc272 03-26-2018 06:52 AM

Diquat burns the leaf tissue back faster than the 2-4D and Roundup can translocate through the plant to actually kill it. I have never killed anything with Diquat. I only use it to burn plants back and then set them on fire. I have been spraying aquatics on golf courses for years. The generic roundup works well with surfactant. If you really want to kill it off use some Clear Cast from SePro, but its not cheap.

Dogface 03-26-2018 02:03 PM

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Originally Posted by leblanc272 (Post 833694)
Diquat burns the leaf tissue back faster than the 2-4D and Roundup can translocate through the plant to actually kill it. I have never killed anything with Diquat. I only use it to burn plants back and then set them on fire. I have been spraying aquatics on golf courses for years. The generic roundup works well with surfactant. If you really want to kill it off use some Clear Cast from SePro, but its not cheap.

Thanks. Will 2-4d and surfactant kill the lilies or do I need to mix in some roundup?

jpcajun 03-26-2018 08:09 PM

mix in some roundup.... it does not effect the 2,4-d at all.


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