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Arial spraying #6964810
08/15/20 12:30 PM
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What would they be spraying on beans now more poison or blossom set. How toxic is it?

Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6964813
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Insecticide more than likely. Stay out of the field and you will b fine

Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6964827
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Flint hill knows what heís talking about so go with his advice. You can smell the vapor sometimes but itís ok. If it was bad bad stuff the pilot would never do it with the wrong wind.


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Re: Arial spraying [Re: Pawnee] #6964883
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On beans most likely insecticide. We have corn sprayed by air around here at times for fungicides. We have thousands of acres sprayed by crop dusters in central WI where the veggie crops are raised.

Bryce

Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6964933
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Insecticide most likely, we do have farmers that spray to prevent rusty beans.

Hope there's no bee yards in the area.

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Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6964946
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droppin rabies vaccine baits for coon here.









Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6965203
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The USDA Black Ops division is seeding Timber Wolves down there to eat your wild hogs. Normally they do the aerial wolf seeding at night so no one sees it but it is the government so who knows.


I have nothing clever to put here.





Re: Arial spraying [Re: 160user] #6965413
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Thank you guys seems a little over kill to me.

Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6965414
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If deer eat these beans after theyíve been sprayed, do you think there is traces of it in the meat?

I wonder if this venison is really all that natural compared to beef?


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Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6965418
08/15/20 11:48 PM
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Did any of the spray drift onto your property or garden? If you think it did get ahold of your states Dept. of Agriculture Pesticide Division and file a incident report. They will investigate to see if you suffered damage. Try and remember what time of day, wind direction, wind velocity and who the applicator was.

The chemicals they spray on soybeans for aphids you are not supposed to enter fields for 7 days.

I lost my garden a couple years ago when ours was sprayed. I had to throw everything away. The crop duster ended up paying me for my produce.

Re: Arial spraying [Re: beeman] #6965449
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Originally Posted by beeman
Did any of the spray drift onto your property or garden? If you think it did get ahold of your states Dept. of Agriculture Pesticide Division and file a incident report. They will investigate to see if you suffered damage. Try and remember what time of day, wind direction, wind velocity and who the applicator was.

The chemicals they spray on soybeans for aphids you are not supposed to enter fields for 7 days.

I lost my garden a couple years ago when ours was sprayed. I had to throw everything away. The crop duster ended up paying me for my produce.


Sorry you lost your garden but I would suggest leaving the government out of it. Go to the farmer directly and deal with him. Documenting the weather is dood advice. Pictures help too. Nobody needs the government involved in anything. You will probably make a new friend, pickup some new trapping ground, and get compensated for your loss all in one stop


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Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6965455
08/16/20 06:12 AM
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Pawnee is right. What happened to people dealing with stuff man to man without running off with the whole
ďIím gonna tell on youĒ syndrome. Most farmers out there go to painstaking lengths when spraying aerial ly or on the ground to avoid any drift or impacts to any neighbors. Whomever is applying its application licence depends on it,
Iím ranting here, but people wander why itís getting harder and harder to get permission to hunt, trap, or fish on pvt property....... the answer is liability. The same people that want to go tell on the farmer for every ďinfractionĒ they can find; are the same ones that are gonna sue him for all heís worth when they injure themselves on his property doing something dumb that caused their injuries.

Rant over


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Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6965496
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Just let me point out to you that the applicator denied that he damaged my garden even with video of his plane spraying. When he received the report from the State he could not deny responsibility and paid up. Without that report I would have lost my garden and not got a cent for it.

Donít tell me to go to the farmer as most farmers around here hire their crops sprayed. It is up to the applicator to make sure he knows direction and velocity of wind before spraying.

Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6965531
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We sprayed a pasture this year. Pilot made an error and sprayed about 7 rows of beans. Neighbor landowner came looking for answers. Applicators insurance picked up the tab.

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Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6965553
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99.9% of all spray put on soybeans is post emergence herbicide for weeds. Roundup or dicamba. Not sure why they would be using a crop duster, unless it's too muddy to get over with a normal spray rig.

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Originally Posted by 160user
The USDA Black Ops division is seeding Timber Wolves down there to eat your wild hogs. Normally they do the aerial wolf seeding at night so no one sees it but it is the government so who knows.


I just posted this to prove that people donít even read the stuff posted.


I have nothing clever to put here.





Re: Arial spraying [Re: 160user] #6965564
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Originally Posted by 160user
Originally Posted by 160user
The USDA Black Ops division is seeding Timber Wolves down there to eat your wild hogs. Normally they do the aerial wolf seeding at night so no one sees it but it is the government so who knows.


I just posted this to prove that people donít even read the stuff posted.


Here is one!!

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Re: Arial spraying [Re: HayDay] #6965566
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Originally Posted by HayDay
99.9% of all spray put on soybeans is post emergence herbicide for weeds. Roundup or dicamba. Not sure why they would be using a crop duster, unless it's too muddy to get over with a normal spray rig.


They are applying an insecticide for aphids. The insecticide they use kills all insects including the good ones and the insects that young pheasants need to survive. It is common knowledge around here that people see batches of young pheasants in June and when hunting season gets here there are no birds to be found.

Re: Arial spraying [Re: nate] #6965590
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Stay tuned I'll ask the farmer and let you all know what it is. I was just curious. Don't plan on turning anyone in not my job. Don't like a lot of sprays but realize the real farmer's are in a very tuff situation.

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Originally Posted by 160user
Originally Posted by 160user
The USDA Black Ops division is seeding Timber Wolves down there to eat your wild hogs. Normally they do the aerial wolf seeding at night so no one sees it but it is the government so who knows.


I just posted this to prove that people donít even read the stuff posted.


I read it the first time and got a laugh.


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