In Soybeans & Alfalfa

General Treatment Info

We recommend that land infested with field bindweed be planted to grass crops until the bindweed is under control. If bindweed is present in soybeans, the bindweed may be treated with Dicamba and 2,4-D Amine in the fall after harvest to kill some of the bindweed root stocks as a control measure.

Partial control may also be achieved by planting Roundup Ready soybeans and spraying the bindweed with Roundup in the soybeans. Roundup at the rates used over Roundup Ready soybeans will only offer short-term suppression of the bindweed in most cases.