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- Location: S.E. Mass.
- Grass Type: KBG
- Lawn Size: 1000-3000
- Level: Experienced
Unfortunately a lot of poa-a has also made it through the summer and is growing like gang busters. I know its poa-a based on the occasional seedhead, color, ligule, and it pulls out very easily withy shallow roots. I got my pre-m down in August and last week to try and prevent more of it, but this poa-a that gets through the summer is a lot tougher.
I find that it takes multiple tenacity apps to even mark it out. I haven't found Tenacity does a great job with it. Im not sure if all the fall nitrogen doesn't;t make it harder to kill.
Since I applied my last pre-m, Ill probably have to wait to do any more hand pulling. I guess thats an option for next spring, but I am considering using Xonerate 2SC on it next spring.
Anyone have any experience with stuff?
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- Location: Milford CT
- Grass Type: KBG Midnight, Blue Velvet, Moonlight SLT
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No experience but found this paper from Rutgers, test was on a fairway with Perennial ryegrass:
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