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Asked by Anonymous on July 12, 2011
Nutgrass

Is there a spray I can use to kill nutgrass that will not harm my lawn?

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Nikki
Certified GKH Gardening Expert

About the only thing I can think of is spot treating it with Round-up. While this will also kill the lawn grass, spraying only the nut grass areas or dipping a paint roller/brush into Round-up and painting the weed will help prevent the herbicide from getting where you don't want it. It's also easier to do this when the nut grass is about 8-10" tall and well above the other lawn grass. Keep in mind, however, that repeated applications may be necessary.

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Asked by Anonymous on October 19, 2011
How to Rid Unwanted Weeds in Your Lawn or Garden

How to rid unwanted weeds in your lawn or vegetable garden, like Dallas grass, Nut grass and crab grass, without using poison or pulling out by roots?

Asked by Anonymous on August 23, 2015
ID Spike Weed Grass

I have and can’t get rid of a tpye of weed grass. Each plant is always just 2 elongated, pointed leaves that look like an ornemental grass. It appears sporadicaly throughout the garden and lawn. Pulls out very easily. Appears to spread via its roots. Help.

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kingpugh

No picture, but I wonder if it's nut grass. Kill it by covering with black plastic, herbicide or pulling it complete. If it's nut grass it does pull easily, but that is not effective unless you get the nut which is sometimes hard unless you loosen the soil in the area.

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Asked by Stephen P. Godfrey on February 17, 2017
Nutsedge/Nutgrass

How to kill this stuff off in my flower beds without poisoning the soil?

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JeffreyGardener

If it is in your flowerbed and you're worried about killing your other plants, there really is no alternative to carefully digging up each nutsedge plant you see and continuing to do this throughout the season until it is all gone. If you don't mind carefully applying a chemical, Bentazon, Halosulfuron, Imazaquin, or Sulfentrazone should kill it if applied correctly and according to the directions on the package. Virginia Tech gives some guidelines here: http://ext.vt.edu/lawn-garden/turfandgardentips/tips/nutsedge.html

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