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Discussion in 'Habitat Management' started by SwampCat, May 8, 2018.
I’d like to see some better pictures, some sedges are ALS resistant.
However regardless the sedge , sequential application of glyphosate should be the easiest and the cheapest to take care of it. I would make the applications no more that 2 weeks apart.
I am positive it’s a sedge , but it’s not one we have in a field here....... lots of types of sedges out there. Glyphosate it twice 10-12 days apart. The first one won’t hardly touch it, the second application with most likely take it out.
If it's yellow nutsedge 1oz of permit or double up on the roundup .