"SedgeHammer herbicide knocks out nutsedge without injury to turfgrass, established ornamentals, shrubs, and/or trees. SedgeHammer provides post-emergence control of both purple and yellow nutsedge. SedgeHammer also controls many broadleaf weeds and suppresses kyllinga. "
Sporg wrote:Well that certainly explains a few things. I never could figure out the name of what it was. Wow, that stuff's expensive! Have you checked Ace out yet? I'll let you know if I come up with a cheaper solution.
.9 Gram Container: Remove water soluble bag from the foil packet and drop into 1 gallon of water. The 0.9 grams will cover 1,000 sq ft.
Apoptosis wrote:I found a local mom and pop nursery that does carry SedgeHammer, so I will grab a couple packs and treat my front yard. From what I can see online the .9 Gram packs sell for $10-$12 each. Not sure what they charge locally, but it is worth a shot.
Apoptosis wrote:The sedgehammer stuff works... mine are starting to yellow on the tips a little bit 3 days after applying the spray.
Apoptosis wrote:Happy to say my Nut Sedge is no longer growing! Looks like this round was won by me... I know it will come back again, but I got it this time around.
Apoptosis wrote:Locally they wanted $18 plus 8.5% tax, so E-Bay at $10 shipped with no tax a pack is way better.
Apoptosis wrote:If you need it today you can get it at Charlies Farm and Home Center. That is the only place I found it. It's on the end cap on the isle of herbicides and pesticides. Out by you, I'm not sure where to send you.
E-Bay is cheaper, so I ordered some more packs from there.
Apoptosis wrote:Member id ncsu_turfgrass - http://myworld.ebay.com/ncsu_turfgrass
$32.95 shipped for 3... $11 each versus ~$20 locally each
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