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Old 08-25-2012, 06:33 PM
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I do not know of a single lawn grass weed to treat with non-selectives.[/QUif

What do you use to treat Bermuda in St. Aug? Or match weed effectively. Or doveweed. Or mature tropical crabgrass. You want more?
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You do not use a non-selective to remove Bermuda from SA.
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You do not use a non-selective to remove Bermuda from SA.
You do if you want to re-sod.
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Old 08-25-2012, 08:00 PM
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You do not use a non-selective to remove Bermuda from SA.

Then what's your non mechanical method. Or what's you're selective herbicide choices.
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Then what's your non mechanical method. Or what's you're selective herbicide choices.
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Ric has a mix that works well. But, I don't think he will part with the recipe.
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Ric has a mix that works well. But, I don't think he will part with the recipe.
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I know Ric can do it.

I doubt he uses non selectives on SA trying to kill Bermuda. SA should choke out Bermuda. All you need to do is manage to SA's advantage.
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I know Ric can do it.

I doubt he uses non selectives on SA trying to kill Bermuda. SA should choke out Bermuda. All you need to do is manage to SA's advantage.
I think he posted it sometime back.
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Old 08-25-2012, 10:26 PM
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I'm sorry. You won't find a selective herbicide labeled for St. Aug that is effective on Bermuda. Plus wild Bermuda is native to Fl. St Aug not even native to earth. Only the best cared for St Aug can minimize Bermuda potential.
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I know Ric can do it.

I doubt he uses non selectives on SA trying to kill Bermuda. SA should choke out Bermuda. All you need to do is manage to SA's advantage.
Atrazine above label rate with several other goodies will do it.
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Old 08-26-2012, 10:48 AM
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I'm sorry. You won't find a selective herbicide labeled for St. Aug that is effective on Bermuda. Only the best cared for St Aug can minimize Bermuda potential.
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That much is true but not how you framed the question above.
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Ric has a mix that works well. But, I don't think he will part with the recipe.
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I think he posted it sometime back.
I didn't post about it. Gregory Posted a Picture of his lawn after I gave him the Chemicals and instructions to kills Bermuda in St Augustine. I given or traded samples to a couple LS Members.

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