Originally Posted by fl-landscapes
It's the metsulfuron in blindside that will kill it, the sulfentrazone would be a waste unless there is also a sedge problem. So I would go with greendoctors advice and save some money and go straight metsulfuron,
Choice of surfactant also affects results. At least in my neighborhood, wedelia is a tough vining ground cover that willingly jumps into lawns. There is no shame in hitting it twice 30 days apart. 1/2 oz 30 days apart works better than once at 1 oz.
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