Pre-Emergent Forage Herbicide Demonstration

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RESCHEDULED- due to rain chances

Pre-Emergent Forage Herbicide Demonstration

***New date***

5-7 p.m., September 28, 2021, in Four Oaks, NC

N.C. Cooperative Extension in Johnston County is offering the opportunity to see the results of pre-emergent herbicides in established bermudagrass. There are now two pre-emergent herbicides labeled for use in established bermudagrass hayfields, and multiple treatments of these herbicides have been applied this year to a bermudagrass hayfield to demonstrate their effectiveness. This field was harvested in late August and should display sufficient regrowth to observe differences in herbicide treatments. This field has faced significant pressure in recent years from grassy weeds such as crabgrass, foxtail, and annual ryegrass.
This demonstration will be held at the field located in the Blackmon’s Crossroads area. This course is approved for 2 hours of Animal Waste Applicator Credit. Exact directions will be provided to those who register, and attendance is limited to 20 individuals. Register by calling our office at (919) 989-5380 or complete this form.