With much of the Wheatbelt sitting somewhere between 3 and as much as 13" rain, there are PLENTY of winter and summer weeds about to join us in 2017!!!
Soil temperatures have dropped 12-15C in the last 2 weeks, and I've seen radish, doublegee, capeweed, ryegrass, barley grass, brome grass, geranium, lupins (blue, yellow and white!), ALL volunteer cereals and of course, melons (both common forms), caltrop, fleabane, heliotrope and many summer grasses...
What to do with the array of weeds? Quite simply, WHEN we can get onto paddocks, weeds will be of a fair size. The weather forecast for the following 2 weeks is pretty terrific coupled with the moisture for growing weeds, but it's also going to be great for spraying at least a couple of tanks a day? So what to use?
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