These weeds tend to have narrow, long leaves with parallel running veins compared to the netlike pattern that broadleafs create. They do not bear colorful flowers and the leaves are very similar and hard to distinguish from each other. Seed heads are one of the best ways to tell the difference between these types of weeds
Examples of grassy weeds:
- Kentucky Bluegrass
- Seashore Paspalum
- St. Augustine
If you have a grass that is not listed above, please contact us to help determine which herbicide is right for your lawn.
Starting at: $88.50Surepyc Herbicide with sulfentrazone 39.6% is a post-emergent herbicide that controls eight different sedges and 47 broadleaf weeds, including clover, chickweed, dandelions, and wild garlic. This fast-acting herbicide works quickly in as little as 24-48 hours. Surepyc Herbicide is a dual-action herbicide that is absorbed by the leaves and roots of target weeds. Learn More
$73.50 As low as: $69.92Quali-Pro Sedgemaster with Halosulfuron-methyl 75% controls nutsedge and broadleaf weeds as a selective post-emergent herbicide without injury to ornamentals and turfgrass. Apply Sedgemaster in both warm and cool season turf grasses (established lawns, ornamental turfgrass, landscaped areas, commercial and residential turfgrass), and non-crop sites (see label for list). Learn More
Starting at: $9.98
Sedgehammer Plus comes in convenient packs to mix with water as a post-emergent, selective herbicide to control sedges such as yellow and purple sedges, Kyllinga species and some broad leaf weeds. Sedgehammer Plus also contains a dry, non-ionic surfactant to increase efficiency for the best results.
Sedgehammer Plus may be used on both cool-season and warm season turf grasses such as Bluegrass, St. Augustine, Fescue (find and tall), Bermudagrass, Centipede, Perennial Ryegrass and more.Learn More