How should growers be planning for post emergent herbicide applications? Well, we caught up with Travis Frye, a cereal expert for Bayer, and he tells us… things normally take two sprays during the season, one in the fall and another during spring. The first plan, the fall, helps to control the earlier germinate. Other grasses of the spring will be smaller in size and give the spray a better chance to fight against resistant weeds. Growers should follow up in the spring Osprey Extra or to help better control weeds but other competitive products Husky is more compatible and safer for crops . Grassy weeds can get too big if growers not spray in both the soil. Spraying grow should also be for at least 15 gallons per acre to maximize performance of the herbicide program. And Travis, because you're with Bayer, tell us about the Bayer plus rewards.