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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by turbo5560, Jun 2, 2008.
any luck getting rid of horse tail? need something quick!
I've never had trouble controlling it.
what did u use?
A weed killer.
Equisetum? Usually growing in bark chips in planting beds? Victor is right. I have heard it is resistant to Roundup. I suggest Confront or Trimec. Add sticker. Cover the good plants with plastic, if necessary. Many deep creeping roots, repeat often for good kill.
I misread your post Turbo. I thought you were asking about Horseweed (a.k.a Marestail). I've dealt with a lot of that on the lawns of new customers and have never had trouble controlling it. While I've never had to deal with it, I can see Horsetail is a different animal all together.
here is my recipe.this is for mulch beds.
awesome! now call me an idiot if you want, cause i do all the time, but can i pick that stuff up at a local garden center or where is that stuff at?