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Old 12-28-2000, 09:49 PM
jay jay is offline
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I did a job today that had stigging knettle in the lawn. Sorry I don't know the botancial name for this plant but thats whats most people call it here. The bermuda lawn was overseeded with preannual rye grass. I told the customer I could either spot spray the grass to kill it or we could just mow it weekly and spray it with a pre-emergent. She never mows her grass and hasn't since the rye was planted. The temperature here is 35-38 for lows and 54-62 for highs. Does this sound like something you would recommend or was there other options I could give(besides killing the whole thing and starting over.Lol)
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