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Old 02-20-2001, 10:26 PM
Forever Green Lawn Forever Green Lawn is offline
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I've used Mec-Amine D made by UHS. I've also used Triamine (Riverdale) and Trimec (PBI Gordon). All are good products to control common broadleaf weeds. I use these in conjunction w/ the Perma Green low volume spray equipment and have had excellent results, even on lawns with a lot of ground ivy. The only weed they won't kill are violets, which requires Confront or equivalent. In the lawns your going to treat, ID the grass type and the weeds that need to be treated and pick a product. A Turf & Oranmental is very helpful. I got mine when I joined PLCAA. Good Luck!

Scott
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Old 02-21-2001, 12:23 AM
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i use Millennium Ultra (Riverdale) The three-ways are the way to go. a little more $$ but better.
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Old 02-21-2001, 01:29 PM
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confront granular

has anyone ever used the confront gran. and what did think of the performance,since it does not require wet leaves.
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