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Plant Identification #2971833
12/01/19 12:45 PM
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Can someone tell me what this is please?
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This was in October
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Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2971879
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Turnip greens

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This has been coming up wild every year.

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I guess it could be reseeding. I planted a field of turnip greens to sell several years ago and some will come up there every year, not as many as youre showing but some. Sure looks like turnip greens. What does the root on the mature plants look like?

Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2971914
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It's a wild variation of turnip. Not nearly as sweet and the deer won't touch them.
They're weeds. Probably came in with some low quality or feed grade seed.


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Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2971918
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Well what's the best way to eradicate.

Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2971922
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2 4D or dicamba will take them out.

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Had some come up a couple of years ago in a plot I plant every year. I always throw some purple top turnip seed from Co-Op in my mix. Year later I had the same stuff coming back-but not as thick as you have. I sprayed the field with Gly and dished it up about two weeks later like I always do. This Took care of the wild growth. I don't know if it came from the mix or the turnips. Hasn't shown back up yet.


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Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2972067
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I have been fighting it a few years. Sprayed some fields this past week. I use gly and 2-4db for clover fields. The problem comes in with how long it's been there. The seed bank from what I read can last for like 60 years (how do they know that?). I do know I can kill every bit of it, have it gone for a year, but as soon as I put a disc in the ground, it's right back.

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I have radishes and clover in the field also. I'm guessing if i spray it will kill them also?

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The clover would be ok with 2-4db. Radishes wouldnt. Might be best to get a pump sprayed and spray just that plant. I have done that with gly. But you have to keep it from seeding.

Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2973743
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Leaves look like radish.

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Years ago a guy told me it was Canola, I honestly don't know. I know if you feed cows hay it is a matter of time till you get some seed in it and then it is dang near impossible to totally get rid of it.

Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2985025
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Those are radishes. They will reseed for years just like clover. Why would you want to terminate? Deer love them and they help build your soil. Just plant around them. Clarification: pull one out of ground. If it has a bulb under it = good plant. No bulb = nothing plant.

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Here's a picture from this morning. The deer have pretty much eaten everything except what I call the "Stinky Stuff".
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Here's a close up. You can see some clover and grass.
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They do not have any kind of bulbs on them. I pulled some up but forgot to take a picture

Should I try and spray now or wait until after hunting season? We do have some good deer on camera using this plot at times.

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If I had deer using the field I don’t think I would spray it.

Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2985442
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I would leave It a lone until after season. Our deer dont eat turnip leaves. Spinney and bitter. Now collards are a different story.


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Re: Plant Identification [Re: jaredhunts] #2985621
12/15/19 11:00 PM
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Just a thought but if you planted a grass there next year you could spray it with a broadleaf herbicide and still have a usable greenfield. Surely over the next couple years you could knock it back preytty good.

Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2985636
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I’m going with wild mustard. Pretty common to pick some of that up in plot seed blends that aren’t regulated closely or screened hard. Can bea bitch to get rid of


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Re: Plant Identification [Re: Dean] #2985707
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Imox will kill it, but think it will also damage oats the following year


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