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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by RhettMan, Apr 24, 2009.
for me its invasive, what will rid this while not harming asiatic jasmine groud cover?
Looks like Bermuda, if it is it's hard to contain.
Fusilade, Envoy or sethoxydim. 2 applications, 2 weeks apart. This is bermuda grass. In my area, I love this stuff until it takes root in an ornamental bed. Most landscapes here are made with either plastic edging or better still, concrete borders that go down 5 inches below grade. It is all good until the mowers do not blow their clippings and trimmings out of the beds.
roundup will work, may take a couple of apps
Have you tried roundup on jasmine?
use vinegar strait kills any thing
Only spent nuclear fuel will kill it off, Good luck!
yes I have
i will name it bob