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Old 03-13-2013, 09:10 PM
georgialawn88 georgialawn88 is offline
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That is actually my worst one Its pretty bad on my back yard. The front is pretty clean.
use 3-way if you can get some if not i guess from home depot weed b gone. i guess i really dont know its week but its a week weed. text me ill be happy to speak w u. 4045575782
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Old 07-08-2013, 10:57 AM
blake711 blake711 is offline
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Ok guys so my yard is growing pretty well and for most part all the weeds are gone and don't have crabgrass all over it.

I do have a couple things that I need to get rid of.

First not sure what this is but its growing next to one of my sidewalks. Is there anyway to kill this without damaging my burmuda? Its hot here in Oklahoma now 90-100 everyday right now. also the last picture is growing in a dirt spot behind one of my fences. Can I get rid of this also?

The main thing is getting rid of the stuff in the top two photos without killing my Bermuda.

Thanks.
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Old 07-08-2013, 12:06 PM
macgyver_GA macgyver_GA is offline
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Ok guys so my yard is growing pretty well and for most part all the weeds are gone and don't have crabgrass all over it.

I do have a couple things that I need to get rid of.

First not sure what this is but its growing next to one of my sidewalks. Is there anyway to kill this without damaging my burmuda? Its hot here in Oklahoma now 90-100 everyday right now. also the last picture is growing in a dirt spot behind one of my fences. Can I get rid of this also?

The main thing is getting rid of the stuff in the top two photos without killing my Bermuda.

Thanks.
First photo is crabgrass. Second is spurge. Celcius at max rate should take care of both.
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