May 23rd, 2009 Archives

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I’ve got some weeds in my lawn and would like to get some herbicides to spray. The problem is I don’t know where to start when it comes to deciding what to use. There are just so many options I’m a bit confused. What do you suggest?

First, I suggest you read through our on line artilce about WEED CONTROL which simplifies the process of deciding what products can be used for your situation. We’ve presented the product options based on where the different treatment areas so you should be able to find a herbicide that will be ideal for your grass pretty quickly. Just go to the GRASS WEED CONTROL section and all our recommendations can be clicked on to view pricing and mixing directions. If you still need further help, please give us a call at 1.800.877.7290.

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What do you recommend for bermuda grass control in a vegetable garden? I grow a wide range of vegetables and fruits including asparagus, strawberries and onions. I need something that won’t affect the plants or crop in case I spray too close.

There are several options for controlling bermuda grass that’s growing in or around your garden. The most common is a selective herbicide known as GRASS KILLER. It does a good job on the bermuda but won’t harm most broadleaf plants. It’s labeled for use in most gardens but just refer to the LABEL to be sure you don’t spray any plant it may be able to damage. With gardens, if you watch where you’re spraying, a lot of times you can avoid overspray and not harm the good plants with a little care. Since Grass Killer can actually be sprayed on many vegetable plants directly, the risk of damaging them is minimal. See this product, along with several others we carry, in our WEED CONTROL ARTICLE.

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