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racks-n-beards 06-29-2005 01:09 PM

Round-up ready?
What exactly does round up ready mean for corn or beans?? This mean it is tolerant to round up use or that it has a round up type chemical that helps kill off any new growth??

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RonM 06-29-2005 02:46 PM

RE: Round-up ready?
It means you can spray roundup on that plant to kill weeds without and damage to the corn or beans.

racks-n-beards 06-29-2005 03:24 PM

RE: Round-up ready?
Thanks Ron, Just wanted to clerify that.

cummins5.9 06-29-2005 03:48 PM

RE: Round-up ready?
Yes, Ron is right. Round up ready means you can spray your corn or beans with round up to control weeds without killing the corn or beans

RonM 06-29-2005 04:15 PM

RE: Round-up ready?
We just planted 2000 acres of Asgrow RR Soybeans and if it stops raining long enough to get the wheat off we are going to plant 1970 more acres of RR soybeans. Some of our couple thousand acres of corn is not RR, but all our beans are....

greg-dude 06-29-2005 05:14 PM

RE: Round-up ready?

Are you seeing any weed species becoming Round-up resistant in your neck of the woods?

RonM 06-29-2005 07:33 PM

RE: Round-up ready?
Yes a weed we call " mares tail' or horseweed is glysophate resistant, but I have some in my yard and it killed it , I think because I know of it's resistance and really doused them good a couple times, at least it burnt them off for now, they might come back...

greg-dude 06-30-2005 04:59 PM

RE: Round-up ready?
I've heard of a few people in south MO are adding a second broadleave herbacide with glysophate when spraying thier corn. I believe they have several species becoming resistant to it. Give it another 20 years, and roundup may be done far.

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