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Old 04-01-2013, 08:40 PM
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Tupersan is about your best option, or only option really. Disadvantage to it is the cost and the fact that it only lasts about a month. What I've done before is use tupersan at seeding and then maybe a second app of it in 30 days if the grass is slow coming along, and then after another month or so hit it with Dimension. We live in the "crabgrass belt" (aka transition zone) so typically still would end up with crabgrass galore. You can spray the crab that's germinated with Drive, but needs to be done at least twice to be effective. Best option here is to NEVER seed in the spring. However I've seen guys plant new lawns in April or May, seeded pretty heavy and have minimal crab issues. I must not be living right I guess.
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