How do you control Kentucky bluegrass?
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Also question is, what kills Kentucky bluegrass?
Choose the method that best suits your purposes and resources. Spray Kentucky Bluegrass with an herbicide such as glyphosate, which will not leave harmful residue in the soil that can then leach into the water supply.
Also, what herbicide kills annual bluegrass? Fall applications of herbicides such as bensulide (Betasan), dithiopyr (Dimension), pendimethalin (Halts, Pendulum, others) and prodiamine (Barricade, others) may effectively control annual bluegrass.
Also question is, will 24d kill Kentucky bluegrass?
The herbicides listed in this publication are safe to use on established tall fescue, Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and fine-leaf fescues (i.e., strong creeping red, hard, Chewings, blue and sheep). Do not use 2,4-D on turf where bentgrasses or roughstalk bluegrass are considered desirable species.
How do you kill rough bluegrass?
While there are no selective herbicide solutions for rough bluegrass, it can be controlled with a non-selective herbicide like glyphosate (Roundup) applied in spring, though this will kill desirable grass also.