Triangle Approach Validation

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Factor
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Location: Murfreesboro
Grass Type: RTF
Lawn Size: 10000-20000
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Triangle Approach Validation

Post by Factor » October 9th, 2019, 4:07 pm

Again thanks so much for the simple weed approach. Just some validations here. Just to be sure I am on the right path. Feel free to say use this or that.

Background: in Middle Tennessee in the TZ. Grass TTTF all irrigated about 3rd acre. All the Standard pests, Bermuda (in the Weed Category), Nutsedges, Johnson Grass and Dallisgrass.

The bottom of the triangle I have Trimec Classic. Seems cheap and fits.
Middle just basic Triclopyr
The top Fusilade 2, sulfentrazone.

Pre Emergent prodiamine thinking split app spring and fall half full rate.

Trying to not over complicate it.

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andy10917
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Joined: February 23rd, 2009, 10:48 pm
Location: NY (Lower Hudson Valley)
Grass Type: Emblem KBG (Front); Blueberry KBG Monostand (Back)
Lawn Size: 1 acre-2 acre
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Re: Triangle Approach Validation

Post by andy10917 » October 9th, 2019, 6:36 pm

I wrote the Triangle Approach because I got tired off re-typing it again and again. The goal is to keep it very simple. It takes a few months to work to the top of the Triangle, but it works - trying to lather a lawn with multiple weed killers in one weekend just fails far too much.

Runnin Tony
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Re: Triangle Approach Validation

Post by Runnin Tony » October 11th, 2019, 1:02 pm

Definitely appreciate the approach. Still in the triage stage but see the value in working from easiest to must difficult

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