Is this yellow nutsedge?

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by daveyo, Aug 24, 2006.

  1. daveyo

    daveyo LawnSite Senior Member
    from N.J.
    Posts: 907

    I never had it in any of my lawns before, I tried id'ing it online. If it isn't, does anyone know what it is?

    Thanks,
    O'Donnell

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  2. ProLawns

    ProLawns LawnSite Senior Member
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    It's definitely not nutsedge but I don't have a clue what it is.
     
  3. LIBERTYLANDSCAPING

    LIBERTYLANDSCAPING LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Indiana
    Posts: 1,283

    It is definitely NOT Yellow Nutsedge...
     
  4. Tscape

    Tscape LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,370

    poa trivialis
     
  5. daveyo

    daveyo LawnSite Senior Member
    from N.J.
    Posts: 907

    Turfscape, I can't find anything online that confirms that. Do you know of a website that has desciption and picture. I'm not saying that it isn't I just don't want to treat it if I'm not sure. By the way this stuff is really ridgid and thin or flat at the stem

    O'Donnell
     
  6. bntt68

    bntt68 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Might be tall fescue. An older strain possibly?
     
  7. lawnservice

    lawnservice LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 589

    pictures can be tricky some times.

    the second 2 pictures... i wouldnt rule out orchard grass (flat/white stem)
     
  8. daveyo

    daveyo LawnSite Senior Member
    from N.J.
    Posts: 907

    Here are a couple of more pics, I just pulled the weed apart some, hope this helps.

    O'Donnell

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  9. Green Pastures

    Green Pastures LawnSite Silver Member
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    It looks like Poa to me as well.

    And what do you cut that with? A broomstick?

    Sharpen your freakin blades already.
     
  10. daveyo

    daveyo LawnSite Senior Member
    from N.J.
    Posts: 907

    Yea, kinda figured someone was going to say that sooner or later. The blades are sharpened weekly and well, where the "POA" is the grass is so hard and thick it just shreads it. The area is just about 6' in diameter, however it looks like S**T and I want it gone!!!

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