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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by ant, Aug 2, 2011.
could be, but hard to tell from the picks. Check the site below. My first thought was poa trivialis but again hard to tell.
I was going to guess annual bluegrass (don't recall which poa that is, though). But, it'd be hard to GUESS with more certaintly, without a closer pic.
well..depends..is it warm or cool temperatures..the poa trivialas is cooler temps usually....and green kylinga thrives in the heat
but yea looks like kylinga to me
Basagran or Dismiss. Its Kyllinga.