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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by bob, Apr 16, 2018.
What do I have ?
Looks like Poa Trivialis.
IM not good at this because I'm just learning too, but I'm going to take a guess at goosegrass maybe. I was thinking dallisgrass possibly, but I need to see the seedhead to have any confidence that I'm right. I'm going with goosegrass as my guess. Here is a link that might help for comparison:
By posting a response, I subscribed anyways...so look forward to hearing from the experts, because I am NOT one. Just putting my guess out there primarily.
It is kind of early in the year for Goosegrass. I might not know exactly what it is, but the type of grass that it needs to be selectively controlled in will help me give better advice. I am guessing the lawn is Zoysia japonica of some kind growing in the shade. It is not thick like Zoysia growing in the sun. Reason why I need to know what kind of lawn it is growing in, is I know how to kill most grassy weeds. However, the treatment is very different in a warm season grass vs a cool season grass. It can be very different depending on what type of warm season grass I need to preserve.
Looks like orchard grass to me.
Good point, Ted. Are the stems flat? Then orchard grass.
took teds input and went looking at pics of orchardgrass and found this one:
Thought it might help.
Barnyardgrass has red sheaths like that.
Bob this weed looks similar to a weed that I posted recently. I believe it to be barnyard grass.
Scroll to page 2, post 11. Your pics look similar to mine.
Barnyard grass is a summer annual. About like crabgrass. Wouldn't it be too early?
A perennial grass would be the most common at this early date in the season.