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Clover in San Augustine #13503419 04/05/20 04:52 PM
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Iā€™m about to put out some fertilizer on the yard and I have some more clover in it this year than in years past.
Is there a fertilizer that anyone can recommend that will be good to help the grass but not the clover

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I've only used Bonus S on St. Augustine. I also apply peat moss each year along with following a strict pre-emergent schedule. You will fine it in the other post about pre-emergent.


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Its my theory that a plants purpose is to reproduce. Clover is an early spring plant. Mow it early and it will come back up. Wait until it has bloomed to mow it and its all gone.


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Thanks Roller and Ox
Iā€™m going to give the Bonus S a shot on it

Re: Clover in San Augustine [Re: Mudbone] #13506719 04/07/20 03:13 PM
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Make sure you get the bonus s in the purple bag, that's designed especially for St. Augustine.




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Originally Posted by Kingfisher196
Make sure you get the bonus s in the purple bag, that's designed especially for St. Augustine.

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Re: Clover in San Augustine [Re: Mudbone] #13507598 04/08/20 12:49 AM
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I don't believe in "Weed N Feed" but it's the only fashion Bonus S comes in.

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Re: Clover in San Augustine [Re: Mudbone] #13507681 04/08/20 01:39 AM
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I'm a Bermuda guy now, but Roller22, can you expand on your app of peat moss and why? Are you using it for fungus control? App amounts and how to apply? I consider you the St. Aug TFF wizard and others here could use that knowledge/advice.


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Originally Posted by Mudbone
Iā€™m about to put out some fertilizer on the yard and I have some more clover in it this year than in years past.
Is there a fertilizer that anyone can recommend that will be good to help the grass but not the clover


The clover is actually a nitrogen fixing legume. Might not like looking at it but it's good for the soil.

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Re: Clover in San Augustine [Re: Derek šŸ] #13513675 04/11/20 10:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Derek šŸ
I'm a Bermuda guy now, but Roller22, can you expand on your app of peat moss and why? Are you using it for fungus control? App amounts and how to apply? I consider you the St. Aug TFF wizard and others here could use that knowledge/advice.


I'm pretty sure he will be using it to lower PH for take all patch


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I'm a Bermuda guy now, but Roller22, can you expand on your app of peat moss and why? Are you using it for fungus control? App amounts and how to apply? I consider you the St. Aug TFF wizard and others here could use that knowledge/advice.


I'm pretty sure he will be using it to lower PH for take all patch

I have a TARR problem late in the year. TARR always seems to show up in one area that doesn't drain well and peat has helped.

This fact sheet is a good one to have on hand when dealing with finicky St. Augustine.

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Re: Clover in San Augustine [Re: Mudbone] #13549388 05/07/20 09:37 PM
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What broadleaf weed killer concentrate would you recommend ? I tried Atrazine St. Augustine Weed Killer but it didn't work very good.It is a St. Augustine lawn.

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Re: Clover in San Augustine [Re: Derek šŸ] #13558921 05/15/20 04:14 PM
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I'd just leave it alone. In another few weeks it will be getting hotter & it will go dormant until next Spring. I have a St. Augustine / bermuda mix (God's choice) yard & every time I have used herbicides it only shocks my grass & it looks like chit most of the Summer. The only way to officially get rid of the clover that I have (purple flowers) is to dig each pod up by the big white seed, or it will just keep coming back up.

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