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uway
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
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Now is the time to kill stickergrass before it forms those pesky stickers!


How do I kill it?


CarRamrod
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Spurbury, VT
Member since Dec 2006
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
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That’s why I love having Bermuda.
your yard is a weed.


NASA_ISS_Tiger
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Huntsville, Al via Sulphur, LA
Member since Sep 2005
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
Got some serious weeds with little purple flowers in a bermuda lawn up here in N. Alabama. Looking for a spray that I can put down while the Bermuda is still dormant. Most of the stuff I've been seeing won't activate until at least 70 degrees...I'm worried the Bermuda won't be dormant then.

Thanks.


bootlegger
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Ponchatoula
Member since Dec 2012
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
I've had great results with Holganix in my centipede lawn. Just smells like hell


bootlegger
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
Atrazine, or WeedFreeZone


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tigerlife36
Member since Sep 2016
430 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
Are you getting it from Ewing? Are you using the Holganix based granules?


bonstonker
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Member since Jan 2008
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
I have used Celsius for the past 4 years at a mix rate of 1 teaspoon per gallon plus surfactant.
I think I will get another 2 years out of this bottle,maybe more seeing as each year there are less weeds to kill.

Sprayed the sethoxydim 2 weeks ago and celcius last Saturday and the dallis leaves are toast.


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RollDatRoll
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Who Dat. Roll Tide.
Member since Dec 2010
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
Bermuda is beautiful grass. There's a reason golf courses use it.


TygerB8
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Youngsville
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1099 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
Around Lafayette, low chance of rain thru next 24 hrs....will apply Weed Free Zone first chance in morning.


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bootlegger
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
Yes, and yes. Used Milorganite this past year with very comparable results. Only lowes quit carrying the milorganite halfway through the damn growing season


Icansee4miles
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Member since Jan 2007
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
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bootlegger


Remind me, do you moonlight making house calls, or know someone in Baton Rouge that can? My yard is absolute dog poo, the home builder or developer that tried to make sure every weed and grass type that Louisiana has to offer, along with intentionally planting Siberian Elm trees in half the yards needs to be beaten senseless. I need professional help, I’ve tried self treatment, but the crap is winning.


deeprig9
Member since Sep 2012
37854 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
@Nasa Iss Tiger

Probably henbit. Google it. If you are into wild edibles, it is one of the good ones.

Any bermuda-safe broadleaf weed killer wil kill it, but it will keep coming back without a pre-emergent.

LINK
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CottonWasKing
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
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Got some serious weeds with little purple flowers in a bermuda lawn up here in N. Alabama. Looking for a spray that I can put down while the Bermuda is still dormant. Most of the stuff I've been seeing won't activate until at least 70 degrees...I'm worried the Bermuda won't be dormant then.

Thanks.


If it’s henbit then you can spray atrazine as a preemerge around November. After it comes up you can use MSMA to burn it down but it might not kill it.


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bootlegger
Southeastern LA Fan
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Member since Dec 2012
4605 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
I helped out a few OB'ers in this area last year, but the new baby has me close to home as of late. My own yard is pretty damn rough haha.

Email me some pics and such, and we'll try to get something working

Jacobs@pard1.com


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bootlegger
Southeastern LA Fan
Ponchatoula
Member since Dec 2012
4605 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
Could be henbit, but don't rule out annual blue eyed grass. I had a battle with it last spring, as I had used Specticle pre emergent in the fall, as opposed to Simazine. Specticle didnt cover the blue eyed grass, so I used Surge post emergent to kill it.
This post was edited on 2/17 at 11:33 am


reauxl tigers
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Member since Aug 2014
2619 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
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Used Milorganite this past year with very comparable results. Only lowes quit carrying the milorganite halfway through the damn growing season 


Seems like only 1 of every 4 lowes carrys it at all
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geauxpimp
LSU Fan
Cocodrie, LA
Member since Nov 2007
2117 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
Wow. What a great thread, and quite timely as I was just cussing all my winter weeds this morning.

I have half centipede and half st. aug lawn.

What can I put on the whole thing to kill the weeds and also serve as a pre-e? Spray the weed-free zone over the whole yard?

I've used Scott's Turf builder/weed and feed to disappointing results in the last two years.


reauxl tigers
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Member since Aug 2014
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re: 2019 Lawn Thread
I'm not a fan of Scott's even their southern lawn products. I'd rather use a strictly pre emergent blend then kill the existing weeds with something like 2-4d


deeprig9
Member since Sep 2012
37854 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
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I'm not a fan of Scott's even their southern lawn products. I'd rather use a strictly pre emergent blend then kill the existing weeds with something like 2-4d


Scott's "Halts" is strictly a pre-emergent.


theOG
Oklahoma Fan
Member since Feb 2010
8586 posts

re: 2019 Lawn Thread
My bark yard is 50’ wide by about 30’ deep. I hate the grass. Any idea how much it would cost to have someone kill it and replace it with something nice?


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