So the armyworms got my milo...as in pretty much all 12 ac or so I had planted. There's probably 1/2-3/4 ac in 1 of the 2 ponds that will survive. The rest of it is toast. Found a couple plants in the bigger pond that looked ok and looked down in the whorl of one and he was still in there. Talked to a couple people this week that are just eat up with them this year. One guy said he's sprayed his hayfields twice already. Plan was to get the milo up and then spray with 2,4 d to control broadleafs. As expected it is eat up with sesbania, sicklepod, and a little morning glory or something that looks like it. There's a lot of nutgrass, some scattered panicum, crabgrass, and what I think maybe foxtail coming up in some patches. I had already planned to fill in gaps and some areas that didn't get milo with browntop. Question is, what should I do next? The armyworms are still there. They've eaten some nutgrass and foxtail (or at least that's what I think it is) and they're even attacking the sesbania in some spots. I've got to get rid of the sesbania and sicklepod or it'll completely take over. I know that from past experience. There are 10's of thousands of stems per acre. Should I still spray for armyworms or just let it go? And if I should spray for armyworms should I do that before or after I spray 2,4 d? I would still like to plant some millet and I've got probably 3 more weeks or so to plant, but would prefer sometime in the next 10-14 days. I need to spray 2,4 d PDQ or the sesbania is really gonna jump and be hard to kill.