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Spraying clover #3176782
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What’s the best thing to spray clover with right now to kill grass and broadleaf weeds?


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Check keystone pest solutions. THey have what you need.

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2-4D,B for weeds and Clethodim for grass. I have been told not to mix them and I never tried it. I usually spray them 2-3 weeks apart but not sure if that makes any difference.

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Re: Spraying clover [Re: mike35549] #3177180
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Originally Posted by mike35549
2-4D,B for weeds and Clethodim for grass. I have been told not to mix them and I never tried it. I usually spray them 2-3 weeks apart but not sure if that makes any difference.


I mix them and have never had any issues. Just make sure you have plenty of water in the tank and water still going in when you dump in the chemicals and it will not stick together.

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Originally Posted by Mully
Originally Posted by mike35549
2-4D,B for weeds and Clethodim for grass. I have been told not to mix them and I never tried it. I usually spray them 2-3 weeks apart but not sure if that makes any difference.


I mix them and have never had any issues. Just make sure you have plenty of water in the tank and water still going in when you dump in the chemicals and it will not stick together.


This. I've always mixed them. I alternate adding water and chemical until the tank is full. I also use a surfactant.


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Re: Spraying clover [Re: N2TRKYS] #3177401
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Is the Cleth a dry flowable?


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Re: Spraying clover [Re: N2TRKYS] #3177588
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No. It’s an EC. Liquid


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Re: Spraying clover [Re: 257wbymag] #3177654
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Originally Posted by 257wbymag
No. It’s an EC. Liquid



Thanks. I was confused with the mixing from above post.


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Re: Spraying clover [Re: N2TRKYS] #3177670
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Yea I have no clue about the sticking comment. But it is aldeer.


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Re: Spraying clover [Re: N2TRKYS] #3177681
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I mix 2-4D and Cleth. Also mix Milestone and Cleth. Never had a problem with mixing... Or sticking either.


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Re: Spraying clover [Re: 257wbymag] #3178166
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Originally Posted by 257wbymag
Yea I have no clue about the sticking comment. But it is aldeer.



Someone on here told me to make sure there was plenty of water in the tank along with water still coming into the thank when I mixed the two otherwise they would clump all together. No idea if this is true or not because I always did like that said and havent ever had any issues.

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Originally Posted by Mully
Originally Posted by 257wbymag
Yea I have no clue about the sticking comment. But it is aldeer.



Someone on here told me to make sure there was plenty of water in the tank along with water still coming into the thank when I mixed the two otherwise they would clump all together. No idea if this is true or not because I always did like that said and havent ever had any issues.

I've never noticed a clumping problem.
Are y'all talking about some sort of powdered version of these chemicals?


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Re: Spraying clover [Re: N2TRKYS] #3178233
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I mixed up some profine one day, which is a granule, and it dont break down real easy. So I would put an oz in a powerade bottle with a little water and shake the crap out of it. Worked good that way. One time I decided I would add the surfactant in the bottle too. It turned into something like jello. Like to have not got it out of the bottle. Maybe they had something like that happen?

Re: Spraying clover [Re: N2TRKYS] #3178623
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Certain herbicides don’t mix together and will have a chemical reaction to make a gel like mess. Learned that the hard way.


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Yes but not an EC with 24DB. Mixing order plus ph modifiers can make you look like a hero. Or a zero.


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PH modifiers are the most overlooked adjuvant on the chemical list. It matters what’s in your tank. A simple water test can reveal a lot on why certain chemicals don’t perform to your expectation.


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Re: Spraying clover [Re: N2TRKYS] #3178699
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If the clover is not stressed, you could spray with gly at 2ozs/gallon, but I've never seen clover not stressed this time of the year. I like to use gly in the spring to clean up a clover plot.

Re: Spraying clover [Re: 257wbymag] #3179044
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Originally Posted by 257wbymag
PH modifiers are the most overlooked adjuvant on the chemical list. It matters what’s in your tank. A simple water test can reveal a lot on why certain chemicals don’t perform to your expectation.

What are you talking about. Elaborate please. Remember I dont do this for a living.

Re: Spraying clover [Re: N2TRKYS] #3179139
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What he is talking about, is using something like a ph test kit used for swimming pools, If the ph of the water is high or low it makes a difference in how the chemicals perform. Just like growing clover you have to be in the sweet spot on ph scale to have success, its the same with spraying. One test per water source will let you know if you need to use any additives.

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