narrow-leaved weeds

Ther seems to be no end of weedkillers for broad-leaved weeds.
What is there for narrow-leaved ones ? (of which my lawns has an
abundant crop !)
Reply to
Jim Hawkins
ere for narrow-leaved ones ? (of which my lawns has an abundant crop !)
A broader spectrum week killer such as will also do in crab grass may work. You may need to identify the weed and check with the manufacturer. The big = companies will have their labels on line and phone numbers to call for guid= ance.
I've got a Japanese stilt grass infestation which they will not touch but o= n discussion with garden shop found that it will respond to pre-emergents. = Someone in this group was kind enough to identify my problem by looking at = and responding to picture at url I had posted.
Reply to
Frank
Something like this Ortho product:
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say it kills over 225 weeds but only lists about 1/5 of them on the label. That is why you should identify your weed to see if it is there and if not call them and ask. I believe it was Ortho I talked to about my Japanese stilt grass problem.
Reply to
Frank
Agree. The easiest thing to do is try a broadleaf weed killer like WeedBGone and see if it works. If they are really weeds, it's likely it will work. On the other hand, if it's some kind of undesirable grass, then most likely it isn't going to work. If WBG doesn't work, you could also try one of the other weed killers targeted for clover, oxalis, etc as it may be effective
Reply to
trader4
It's the Weed-B-Gone plus crabgrass control that might do it. Probably would not hurt in just trying it without identifying weed. You can always use it on the dandelions etc.
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Frank

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