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Thursday, December 9th 2004, 8:39am

by nestors

if that does not work you might have to kill with round-up then start over

Saturday, November 22nd 2003, 4:21pm


It was most likely crabgrass. Your best bet would to be Halts or better yet, LESCO with Dimension.

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Monday, November 17th 2003, 6:22am

by pfinger1


I replanted annual rye a few weeks ago and it is growing in 85% of the yard. The 15% where there is 0 growth is covered in dead brown spots which I thought was just the fescue going dormant. The brown grass was so thick and hard I could barely even rake it up....I tilled most of it down to the dirt....and reseeded....
Does this sound like it was crabgrass that I pulled up? Is there something else I need to do? HALTS?