We are trying to make a corn field foodplot look like they did 30 years ago with knee high foxtail in the fall. We considered cultivating the field like they did then. Someone has suggested spraying 2-4D on the corn once it is a few inches high. This will kill the broadleafs but allow the foxtail to come on later. Any other ideas?
I had a sweetcorn patch get overtaken by foxtail.A batchlor group of bucks started bedding in it.This year i am leaving a 3 ft, wide section between a beet patch and a 6 ft wide tall sorghum stand for just that purpose.