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Weed control, management, ecology, and minutia
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by Phillip Omlor
on July 3, 2013 at 9:39 PM
Mr Orloff, I am wondering what your advice is regarding using Raptor to control Lambs Quarter in a new stand of Alfalfa/grass mixture. It is July. We cut the field once earlier on but did not have the herbicide available to apply. Now we do. If we cut the field again and make sure the Alfalfa has at least three leaves on each stem, will the herbicide be effective yet not kill the Alfalfa? What method would you recommend? Thank you for any advice you can give.
by Prachee Adhikari
on September 17, 2017 at 2:50 AM
I have seen these broad leaves growing i thought it us some green vegtable or family of spinach.now i came to know its some sort of herb so please tell me in non technical way abd words what it is used in.all i understand it is a herb and its help in stopping unnessary growth other wild grass or something but to human body how one cam use it ecplain me please.eagerly awaiting for your answers.
by Brad Hanson
on September 17, 2017 at 11:28 AM
Hi Prachee,  
We're primarily focused on managing unwanted plants (ie weeds) in agricultural cropping systems in California. Here's a link to a little more information about the main weed in the blog post above.  
http://ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/WEEDS/mustards.html  
I think your questions about beneficial medicinal uses of plants (weedy or otherwise) could better be addressed by medicinal or herbal-remedy based resources.  
Good luck.  
Brad
 
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