Brasica weeds

Avenue11

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Hello
I'm a farmer from Eastern Europe. I have big problems with brasica weeds in osr. What herbicide programme or actives do you use use for this weeds?
 

Flat 10

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Bifenox maybe? - in winter. I think clomazone pre emergence helps with some. Can you get herbicide tolerant osr? (conviso maybe the name I’m not sure) that would solve your problem. some cleverer more qualified people will be along soon to explain more fully.
 

Avenue11

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Thank you for the answers! This is the weed that cause bicg problems:
 

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Avenue11

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What is it please? I can’t identify it from the photos. Sinapis arvensis? Charlock?
I don't know what weed is. I went to the field and made some new photos 42 out of 135 ha are infested with this weed. I used a mix of aminopyralyd, picloram, clorpiralid and etametsulfurone-methyl in autumn but it didn't work on this weed.please help me!
 

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Avenue11

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Thank you guys for the replies, based on this photos, does anyone know the name of this weed and what actives and doses work? Do I have any solution for conventional OSR or should I drill Clearfield tolerant varieties? Many thanks!
 

Avenue11

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I agree, looks like a hedge mustard or close variant thereof to me. Clomazome the way forward.

The OP already has aminopyralid, clopyralid, picloram and ethametsulfuron-methyl (salsa- the SU) so I'm guessing it is his residual chemistry that needs to be tried next.
Thank you! The problem with residual chemistry is that I drill the seed after 15th August in very dry conditions without knowing when will rain and I don t know if clomazone works well in this conditions. This is the first year this weed is a major isue, in the past it only had sporadic presence. Should I apply the herbicide before drilling and then incorporate with my Horsch Pronto drill?
Is it safe to seed at 2-2.5 cm? Should I use the maximum labeled dose of 0.12 liters/hectare active substance?
 

Flat 10

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Thank you! The problem with residual chemistry is that I drill the seed after 15th August in very dry conditions without knowing when will rain and I don t know if clomazone works well in this conditions. This is the first year this weed is a major isue, in the past it only had sporadic presence. Should I apply the herbicide before drilling and then incorporate with my Horsch Pronto drill?
Is it safe to seed at 2-2.5 cm? Should I use the maximum labeled dose of 0.12 liters/hectare active substance?
I’m not an agronomist but such a situation you describe is common in the U.K. it won’t work as well but you have little choice. I would use maximum label rate myself. I don’t think incorporation is on the label but read it
 

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