The last 2 seasons I have had very poor results trying to kill fescue clumps with glyphosate in February-March while Bermuda is dormant. Last year I thought it may have been a surfactant issue. But, again this year poor results. Do you think this could just be a factor of the high volume with the spray hose versus using a boom type sprayer with low volume nozzles? There was one property that I used both types of equipment, and the kill seems much better with the low volume vs the hose. But, maybe it is just quicker. Anyone else had similar problems in the past? thanks.