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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by inzane, Jun 21, 2013.
Macgyver....what method do you use for "painting" the broom sedge with glyso?
Let it grow taller than the surrounding bermuda, use a foam applicator soaked in roundup on the blades of the broomsedge.
Thanks, guess it is very time consuming.
Last year I improvised a herbicide applicator for poison ivy growing in myrtle. I used barbeque tongs. I covered the tong with absorbent cloth attached with rubber bands zip ties or whatever. Then used a squirt bottle to squirt herbicide solution on the absorbent part. I grabbed hold of the weed and pulled the absorbent pads up over the whole stem, coating the whole plant. Wear rubber gloves.
A guy has 2.5 gal in the equipment selling section of lawnsite and he will ship and he doesn't realize what the value of it is.
I do realize the value but I just don't have a use for it most of my yards are fescue and you can't hole on to it for ever. but when you use the last drop it's gone forever
now that's funny I don't care who you are
Charles... do you still have that MSMA???
I would be interested if you still have it.