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Re: Best weed killer?? [Re: skeeter22] #12901235
09/16/18 06:27 PM
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Originally Posted By: skeeter22
Monsanto produced Agent Orange and now Roundup. Said both were safe. How many Vets from ‘ Nam died of cancer? Buyer beware.


So , is it only Monsanto's product or are all generics included ?

Re: Best weed killer?? [Re: Jamaica] #12934128
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Gasoline works well.

Re: Best weed killer?? [Re: Jamaica] #12935205
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I've been mixing Image and Bayer Advanced Southern Lawn Concentrate Weed Killer with a little Dawn in a pump up sprayer and it works good, especially on that Khaki weed. I've about got the nutsedge under control but it takes some work.



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Re: Best weed killer?? [Re: Jamaica] #12936194
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What kind of weeds in what kind of grass? There isn't one that works for all weeds in all grass types. For broad leaf weeds I use something with 2,4-D and it is safe to use on most grass types. For grass type weeds it gets a lot more specific and some only can be treated with pre emergent. Weeds like nutsedge and kyllinga are really hard to get rid of and there are only a few herbicides available to the public.

To win the war on weeds you must first know your enemy and then know the weapons that are effective.

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