1. Free Webinar: Why the Growth of Propane Deserves Your Attention
    Date: Thursday, April 25th
    Time: 11:00am EST
    Find out how switching to propane can save your company time and money. Click here to register
    Dismiss Notice

Common bermuda in Idaho

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by That Guy Gary, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. That Guy Gary

    That Guy Gary LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,413

    Was a bit shocked to find this guy about 2 months ago. In the area again and he's still around.

    KIMG0383.JPG KIMG0384.JPG KIMG0385.JPG

    It's right next to a railroad track so I'm guessing it hitched a ride as seed. I did adopt some of it to see if it survives the Winter. My cat loves it. :laugh:
     
  2. ETM

    ETM LawnSite Bronze Member
    from GEORGIA
    Messages: 1,903

    Sneaky fellow
     
    That Guy Gary likes this.
  3. ted putnam

    ted putnam LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 5,271

    Bring a bit of it in the house and grow it on the window sill. Put a good layer of partly decomposed mulch over the rest of it that is outside, then uncover it in the Spring. If that mulch creates enough heat over the winter for the stolons and rhizomes to survive, by the end of next season, you'll have a nice little patch of "invasive species":laugh:

    A buddy of mine went on an elk hunt in Colorado a couple of years ago and brought back a half dozen small Aspen trees. All of them have died except for the one he gave me. I've kept it in a pot, moved it to shadier areas when intense sun and our extreme heat hits. It gets some kind of exotic caterpillar that I've never seen on any other plant if I don't regularly hit it with Merit. I baby it and it still just barely hangs in there. I enjoy trying to keep it alive but I also know that if Aspens were meant to grow here, they already would be doing that
     
  4. dishboy

    dishboy LawnSite Fanatic
    from zone 6
    Messages: 7,137

    a creeping bent.PNG Are you sure it's not a creeping bent?
     
  5. OP
    OP
    That Guy Gary

    That Guy Gary LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,413

    Yeah, definitely not creeping bent.

    Hairy ligule, wider blades, grows very tall, doesn't have that lime green color, panicles have more than 4 branches.

    Here's a side by side shot of the two.

    KIMG0401.JPG
     
    dishboy likes this.

Share This Page