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Old 05-22-2013, 09:22 PM
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weed id or tree sprouts?

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Old 05-22-2013, 09:31 PM
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Hold on....coin toss...tree saplings!
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Old 05-22-2013, 10:01 PM
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What kind of tree's. I have hundreds in a shady property that has natural mulch all over, probably about ten yards total. It has the mulch covered in areas and some areas of the lawn. I only ask because I do the mulch for the guy yearly and this is a first for me.
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Hard to tell with just the cotyledons. Might be maple, will be much easier to tell in a week or so
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tree seedlings

Agree. Could be maple. Common problem. And not easy to kill. Seedlings of trees do not withstand mowing.

Last week I tried to kill some small (4 inch) maple seedlings in stone mulch Prosecuter (glyphosate), didn't do much. But Quicksilver worked nicely. Tree leaves collapsed.
Prosecuter over all these seedlings. Then about 6 days later, I used Quicksilver on the left (the area to the left of the white spoon). Also there are some old tulips on the left side that were killed by the combination, I guess. Hard to see much, I know.
The water on the cement is just incidental to some hose I was dragging that day.
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