With over the counter stuff like spectracide or Drive?J_nick said:As long as you use the recommended rates you should be fine. Maybe a little discoloration for a couple days but nothing Bermuda won't handle.ahartzell said:Looking at using weed killer plus crabgrass (Quinclorac). They all have roughly 1-2% which doesn't seem like a lot. Im hesitant to use something like drive bc i've read that while it WILL kill the crabgrass it will make those spots brown until next year.
What's Celsius? And PGR? I've seen those mentioned on here.J_nick said:Can you link what Spectracide product you're talking about?
Drive shouldn't hurt your Bermuda if sprayed correctly. I plan on using it on my seedlings if necessary. As with any Herbicide read the label a few times. Drive label
Also try looking at Celsius it's part of the Bermuda Triangle. It's one of the best weed killers for us southerners. Up front investment may be steep but it's cheaper in the long run.
Can that Chapin pump sprayer accept the right nozzles/regulators to spray PGR?dfw_pilot said:A good rule of thumb for PGR is every 21 days, but definitely by week four at normal rates. Even when the grass is in regulation (slowed growth rate from the PGR) it still requires the same water and nutrients as when it wasn't sprayed. So, keep your watering and fertilizing schedule as if you didn't spray PGR. Also, once you start a PGR protocol, you need to stick with it for the remainder of the season. This won't be hard to do, though, as it's effects are very addictive.
The Chapin push sprayer is discussed here.
The Chapin backpack sprayer is discussed here.
Guys like this pump sprayer discussed here.
A large property tow-behind sprayer option is discussed here.
And my favorite but most expensive option is discussed here.
Ah, decisions. It's nice to have options, though.