How long does it take for Ortho nutsedge killer to work?

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How long does it take for Ortho nutsedge killer to work?

It works like a charm. In just one to two days the sedge is wilting. It may need a second application as the Sedge is a tough weed.

What is the best product to kill nutsedge?

Use Ortho® GroundClear® Super Weed & Grass Killer to kill nutsedge quickly—and for good—in landscape beds and hardscapes. The formula is designed to get rid of nutsedge, and 174 other types of weeds, roots and all.

How often can I apply Ortho nutsedge killer?

every 3-4 weeks
Per the product label, you should reapply Ortho Nutsedge Killer For Lawns Ready-to-Use every 3-4 weeks .

When should I spray for nutsedge?

Late spring/early summer (when it is young and actively growing) is the ideal time to control yellow nutsedge. During its early growth stages, yellow nutsedge has not started producing tubers and is most susceptible to control with herbicides. As the summer progresses, nutsedge plants form seedheads and tubers.

How do I stop getting nutsedge?

Mowing short stimulates nutsedge. You can help prevent nutsedge by regularly feeding your lawn with Scotts® Turf Builder® Lawn Food. A healthy, maintained lawn is the first defense against nutsedge. A well-fed lawn grows thick and is better able to crowd out weeds.

How did my lawn get nutsedge?

Where Does Nutsedge Grow? Sedge Weeds grow best in moist conditions that often result or occur from poor drainage, over-watering or excess rainfall. However, they also grow in dry, well-drained areas if the competition from other grasses is limited.

What causes nutsedge to grow?

Why does my lawn have nutsedge?

Nutsedge is most problematic in lawns that have poor drainage or stay wet too long. This could be from overwatering with a sprinkler system, a lot of rain, or a combination of both. The best way to minimize nutsedge is to grow and maintain dense and healthy turf to outcompete nutsedge for space, food, and moisture.

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