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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by angecarl, May 12, 2013.
it's not bahia and it's not carpet grass either. carpet grass is darker green.
Try spraying a small area with celsius . Use a half a teaspoon in a gallon of water, shake it up and keep it agitated every now and then. Don't overlap too much and don't spray so heavy that it drips. Should see some dying within a week. If it kills it than who cares what it is.
You're in the wrong forum. Try the "Pesticide & Herbicide", you'll get better info.
I'm pretty sure that's carpetgrass. We have a lot of it in my area. We use the medium rate of Celsius WG to control it.
I see It all the time and have no clue what it is. I sprayed some box store image on it seems to have worked.