I live in the Tampa, FL area and have Crabgrass that grows very well. What
can I do to get rid of it? Seems like it spreads more and more each year. A
net search did not turn up much useable info for me. Also does weed and feed
do anything this time of year?
Crabgrass can be eliminated through the application of a pre emergent that
is appropriately labeled. Apply it during the wet season and prior to
emergence. Times vary with geographical region, so contact your local
county extension agent for specifics.
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Hi. I'm in Sarasota. You need to get a pre-emergent herbicide put
down when the soil temps hit around 55 degrees. In our area that is
late Jan early Feb. The extension office and the University of Fla
have more info on their websites.
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