Originally Posted by greendoctor
and how misguided policies related to declaring herbicides or classes of chemistry good or bad has contributed to that. A lot of those resistant weeds succumb to the "bad" herbicides that were demonized when the politically correct products came onto the market. Yes, I am talking about "quats", phenoxys, and triazines. In lawn care, I am extremely concerned about how most of the new herbicides that are not taboo are sulfonylureas.
My concern is not about labeling herbicides bad or good. Herbicides do their job well, but I think their over use is beginning to bite us in the ass. Too many blanket treatments of the same product year after year whether they are needed or not is not good turf management.