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Good News if You Have Tough to Kill Lawn Weeds

May 10, 2013

There is a new way to kill tough lawn weeds like Nutsedge, Wild Onion, Wild Violet, Ground Ivy, and about 50 others including Dandelion and Clover.  Up until now Ortho Nutsedge Killer only came in a ready to spray squeeze trigger bottle that works great if you only have a small patch of weeds you are trying to kill.

Here is the good news:  Now this product is available in a hose-end spray that really helps if you have a bigger area where you want to attack tough to kill lawn weeds.  (Click here to check it out.)  And more good news:  This product can be used on any kind of lawn.  (Note:  This product is available for sale in all states except New York.)

You think you are getting rid of Nutsedge (also called Nutgrass) because it is easy to pull. However, it quickly grows back from the bulb-like roots that are left behind in your soil.

You think you are getting rid of Nutsedge (also called Nutgrass) because it is easy to pull. However, it quickly grows back from the bulb-like roots that are left behind in your soil.

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2 Comments
  1. I plan to apply Ortho® Nutsedge Killer for Lawns Ready-To-Spray to my tall fescue lawn. Question: How long should I wait after applying the Nutsedge Killer before putting down Scotts TB Summerguard?
    Thank you

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