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[QUOTE=jad004;4939399]Attached is why I am not a fan of the Roundup Treatment even on Bermuda. It was 6 degrees for 2 days straight and has been under freezing everynight for 3 weeks. And still, Bermuda is green underneath. This is not next to the house or driveway or sidewalk. It is out in the middle of the lawn.
With all of that being said, I usually still take the chance with roundup.

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Gly will onle be transferred thru foliage not stems
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Old 01-19-2014, 10:36 AM
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I have never sprayed Atrazine before. I only used it in granular form on centipede. That might be the way to go this time of year.. Thanks...
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What's the app called?
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It's an iPhone app. Maybe android also.

Search turfgrass management. It's done by Uga and there is a free and paid app.
The paid app is around $20 per year.
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Old 01-19-2014, 11:13 AM
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It's an iPhone app. Maybe android also.

Search turfgrass management. It's done by Uga and there is a free and paid app.
The paid app is around $20 per year.
I tried the free one. Its not free lol
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Old 01-19-2014, 11:53 AM
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I tried the free one. Its not free lol
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I guess the paid app will give the recommendations on control. I think its well worth the money. It gives pre and post control on most weeds as well as control methods for diseases.

I hope they will continue to update it to include some newer products on the market.
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Arkansas gives us a book every year with the same information in it. It just gets old having to keep up with a thick book. It is a great tool though.
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Not saying it will kill it, but it will damage it. Just saying you better check your bermudas before you spray them to make sure.
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Not saying it will kill it, but it will damage it. Just saying you better check your bermudas before you spray them to make sure.[/QUOTE]
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Old 01-21-2014, 11:20 AM
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Attached is why I am not a fan of the Roundup Treatment even on Bermuda. It was 6 degrees for 2 days straight and has been under freezing everynight for 3 weeks. And still, Bermuda is green underneath. This is not next to the house or driveway or sidewalk. It is out in the middle of the lawn.
With all of that being said, I usually still take the chance with roundup.
"Bermuda dormancy is further along in NC than I have ever seen it. Ready for glyphosate now. Or ethofumesate if OS" -- Nov 29, 2013

From: Fred Yelverton twitter page
(turf weed scientist at NCSU)

Must not be too bad if university scientists are recommending it.
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