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Time Required After Herbicide Application Before Lettuce Can Be Planted (July 20, 2016)
The time required before lettuce can safely be planted after herbicides have been applied to a previous crop is dependent upon several variables and can difficult to predict. It can vary from year to year and field to field depending on soil type, stress, irrigation technique and schedule, rate, climatic conditions and several other variables. A general guideline is needed, however, to base management decisions on. The following table is intended to be a general guideline and if all else fails, read and follow the label.

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