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Old 09-27-2012, 10:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Trueturf View Post
Virginia Buttonweed will check out over the winter anyway so why is everybody worried about spraying and leaving bare spots. Treat now take advantage of what little growing season you have left, more competition against it next spring.
I disagree. He's already getting lows in the 60s. We are mid 80s during day here and mid 70s at night and our st aug has already slowed down. He's not going to get much of any fill in, even by pounding with fert(which won't do much given his temps). I would wait till next spring personally DEPENDING how much buttonweed there is....if its a little, sure, kill it now. If its a lot, I wouldn't go killing it now given where your temps are at.
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