|Posted on July 22, 2018 at 2:40 PM|
-- Sedge is not a grass nor a broadleaf. It is in a class all its own: sedge.
-- Sedge grows in your lawn, taller than the grass.
-- Sedge has v-shaped leaves and is found in abnormally wet areas.
-- Sedge is best treated with a post-emergence herbicide. It does not react
to anything we currently have in our Weed Control program. If sedge is found
in your lawn, it would be treated with a herbacide unique to sedge treatment.
-- Sedge can usually be treated with one treatment. If a second treatment is required,
it can't be applied until 8-10 weeks after the origimal treatment.