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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by lawncuttinfoo, Jul 31, 2007.
What is this, one lawn I have has tons at the curb line, very thick stuff.
some variety of Perslane (sp?)
Yep. That's purslane you've got there.
purslane, make sure you step on it to break the coating before spraying with weed control.
actually q4 melts this thing like it was cotton candy.
So does Glyphosate!
SO does a propane torch!!!!
I don't understand how this is a weed though? We used to grow this stuff in a horticulture class I was in back in High School and sell the plants. Although, there must be different varieties, as the ones we grew had pretty flowers and the stuff i see growing on the ground doesn't.
I think you are confusing the purslane plant with the Jade Plant, abit similar but two different plants.
Must have been the Horticulture teacher that was confused then, because that class is the only thing I remember this plant from. It was always breaking off real easy whenever you bumped it.