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  1. #11
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    Default Re: nutsedge

    Was able to find Sedge Hammer @ a Lesco dealer a couple of towns away. You're right that this stuff isn't cheap. A .09 packet
    was like $16. Made 1 gallon.

    I put some down last evening. I also sprayed another area with Weed-B-Gone product to do a comparison test (Weed-B-Gone) is a lot cheaper and easier to find. I used the Turbo Sticker Spray w/both.

    So I'll report back w/the results (though it would appear that
    the nutsedge season is winding down, cuz my is already turning
    yellowish-brown). Perhaps this isn't the ideal time to be trying
    to kill it off?

  2. #12
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    Default Re: nutsedge

    Its been about a week since I used Sedge Hammer, and I'm happy to report that the sections sprayed appear to be "dying off". The nutsedge is turning yellow, but more importantly, its no longer
    growing. That alone truly saves on mowing costs.

    Since I only got enough to make one gallon, I still have many areas of the "flourishing" weed in my lawn. But at least now I have something to battle it next spring (I don't think I'll try to spray more this year since the season is winding down).

    So for those of you w/lawns inflicted with nutsedge, I highly recommend trying Sedge Hammer.

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