need help with clover

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by dougmartin2003, Jun 10, 2007.

  1. dougmartin2003

    dougmartin2003 LawnSite Senior Member
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    hey guys my back yard is full of clover in some sections and i was wondering what would be a good product to put down to get rid of it.would a liquid be better then a granular, what would u guys recomend, this is my own yard so i dont need a license to put anything down. thank for any help
     
  2. turf hokie

    turf hokie LawnSite Silver Member
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    Sure, your own yard(wink,wink). And you only use 2 gallons of round-up every two years. Shouldn't have posted so vehemently in the other thread about not needing your license.

    Maybe if you had a license you would be able to figure out what to buy and how to apply it, even if it is your own yard.
     
  3. dougmartin2003

    dougmartin2003 LawnSite Senior Member
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    whatever
    go to hell
     
  4. dougmartin2003

    dougmartin2003 LawnSite Senior Member
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    i just ask a simple ?
     
  5. dougmartin2003

    dougmartin2003 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Sure, your own yard(wink,wink). And you only use 2 gallons of round-up every two years. Shouldn't have posted so vehemently in the other thread about not needing your license.



    if you had read my other replys you would see that i agree with you about the license, but everytime someone on here mentions roundup some of you guys atake him like a wild animal
     
  6. dougmartin2003

    dougmartin2003 LawnSite Senior Member
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    if you dont belive me come to missouri and give me a estimate, hell after that i will take you out to the local bar for a couple drinks, hell im easy to get along with, untill start insinuating im a lier
     
  7. Ric

    Ric LawnSite Fanatic
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    dougmartin2003

    That Roundup you have does a great job on killing Clover. Try it, you might like it.
     
  8. dougmartin2003

    dougmartin2003 LawnSite Senior Member
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    i need something that wont kill the grass in the process
     
  9. dougmartin2003

    dougmartin2003 LawnSite Senior Member
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    if there is clover does that mean that the lawn is low on nitrogen, if so would a good fert help it out
     
  10. dougmartin2003

    dougmartin2003 LawnSite Senior Member
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    its really bad where we had a above ground pool was a couple years ago
     

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