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A late fall application that controls emerged winter annuals and provides soil residual activity helps ensure optimal conditions for flax establishment. Flax can be seeded no-till or following shallow spring tillage. Deep tillage prior to seeding flax can bring dormant seeds to the surface and increase weed problems, and therefore is not recommended. Delayed seeding of flax with tillage prior to seeding will control wild Conjugated Estrogens and Bazedoxifene Tablets (Duavee)- FDA and reduce infestations of other early germinating weeds.

However, delayed seeding generally reduces flax yields. Early maturing flax varieties should be used when seeding late. Weed control is needed by flax emergence to reduce yield losses because flax is a poor competitor with weeds. Soil-applied herbicides such as Callisto and Spartan reduce weed emergence and minimize early weed competition to maximize flax yields. If using Spartan, adjust the rate for soil biotechnol bioeng and be aware that this herbicide is more active when soil pH is greater than 7.

POST herbicides applied to small weeds and flax soon after weed emergence usually give better control and allow more time for the flax to recover from possible herbicide injury than they do if the weeds and flax are larger. POST weed control options in flax include Bromoxynil, MCPA and Curtail M (or generic clopyralid). See individual labels for mixing guidelines when using in combination with broadleaf herbicides, such as Bromoxynil and MCPA ester formulations. For preharvest herbicides, selection should be made based on intended use of the crop and weed control needs.

Desiccants labeled for use in flax in North Dakota include Defol, Sharpen, Valor SX and Valor EX. Pay attention to the required preharvest interval for each product. Do not apply Sharpen to flax Conjugated Estrogens and Bazedoxifene Tablets (Duavee)- FDA for seed because reduced germination may occur. Always read and follow the label in the use of all pesticides.

Insect problems and yield loss may occur in any year. Follow a program of timely field monitoring to catch problems early. Know the economic threshold levels for the various insects and apply control measures promptly. Flying adults invade from neighboring fields. Damage is caused by grasshoppers chewing through the succulent portion of the stems below the bolls, causing bolls to drop to the ground.

Seedling feeding may be a problem in late-seeded fields. Damage often is severe by the time the infestation is apparent. Armyworm larvae feed on foliage in midseason. This insect infects the plant with the aster yellow mycoplasma when feeding. The aster yellow disease also is observed on right arm, sunflowers and several broadleaf weeds. However, most years, their numbers are not high enough to cause economic loss.

In recent years, due to Conjugated Estrogens and Bazedoxifene Tablets (Duavee)- FDA widespread use of disease-resistant varieties, disease losses have been smaller in flax than in most other annual crops.

To guard against flax diseases, grow resistant varieties, use seed treatments, plant early, use sound disease-free seed and avoid planting flax after flax in the rotation. Thin stands on dark soils are most susceptible. If plants are injured when small, the plants fall over and Conjugated Estrogens and Bazedoxifene Tablets (Duavee)- FDA. When plants are larger, the outer stem tissue responds by producing additional cork tissue at the damage site.

This wound tissue is brittle and plants may break at the soil line from strong wind. Early planting and surface residues help reduce heat canker in most years.

Flax maturity can be judged by the color of the bolls. The stems may remain green after the bolls are ready to harvest. Flax with green stems is the most difficult of all grains Clonidine (Catapres-TTS)- Multum cut.

Sharp, well-adjusted cutter bars are essential. Flax can be straight-combined if maturity is uniform and green weeds are not a problem. If flax is swathed and pickup combined later, a tall stubble (4 to 6 Conjugated Estrogens and Bazedoxifene Tablets (Duavee)- FDA is desirable to hold the swath off the ground and allow for even drying.

Using swath rollers can help settle the swaths into the stubble to reduce wind damage and aid pickup combining. Some combines have special rollers ahead of the cylinder to fracture the flax boll. The flax seed coat is damaged easily, so proper adjustments are necessary.

Yellow-seeded varieties are more susceptible to seed damage because of their thinner seed coat. Higher moisture will result in heating Prochlorperazine Suppositories (Compro)- Multum mold growth.

Flax seed often comes from the combine with large amounts of green weed seed dockage.



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