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+1viva_oldtrafford said:Common bermuda. Not uncommon to have this stuff pop up in a sward of hybrid (419). Unfortunately, I'm not sure there is much you can do. Round up + fusilade on that spot and hope that it gets consumed by 419 is the best hope.
Yeah, that might be overkill, and if you don't remove every rhizome and stolon, the problem will just return. I'd just hit the area with straight glyphosate and hope that the 419 takes over. I have common all over my course and it's just part of the sward now. I think you have a legitimate shot at removal if your'e persistent enough!Ral1121 said:While digging up the area would be the most work, is it actually the best course of action? It is two small parts of my lawn maybe 1 sq ft each.
So if jointly applying both glyphosate and fluazifop, split them into separate app of glyphosate plus NIS and fluazifop plus MSO after the first has dried or apply them both as a tank mix with a NIS?Greendoc said:No. Glyphosate is one herbicide that is not enhanced by MSO. It is a highly ionized salt. The herbicides that are non polar organic compounds or are more oil soluble rather than water soluble are enhanced by MSO. There are times when I would just as soon skip Glyphosate type products and go straight for Fusilade.