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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by bug-guy, Jun 10, 2008.
and how to get rid of it!!
common bermuda grass lawn
crabgrass maybe, I can't really tell from the pic very well, I think it's crabgrass. Revolver will kill it, grassy weed killer from lesco. That stuff will kill it no matter what it is. It will take a week or two and you may need to do 2 apps but give it a minute, the stuff works but works slow.
Down south they call it St. Augustine, wouldn't that be great? A weed for a lawn? How much easier does that get? I don't know what it takes to grow a St. Augustine lawn, I just know it doesn't take much at all to grow crabgrass.
Hard to tell from the pics, maybe Junglerice? I haven't seen any here yet but it's right around the corner.
I would say goosegrass.
Looks like either young Bermuda or Kilkutgrass. Both are very hard to get rid of.
it looks like goosegrass maybe. is it hairy around the collar like robin williams?
definitely not bermuda, the leaves are way to thick and the growing pattern doesn't follow anything like that. just spray it with the revolver and it will be gone.
The pic on the weed alert site is not very good, IMO. Goosegrass has a distinctive looking crown. Do a google image search to compare.
Pretty sure it is goose.
Goosegrass. MSMA and Sencor or Revolver. Judging by the ground, shade is preventing the bermuda from being aggressive.