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Medium_img_7113 what can I use that will kill all grasses except kikuyu?

Using weed and feed for weed control. Have a few different grasses that I want to get rid of. Something that will kill winter grasses (bit late now I know but I'd have almost zero winter mowing if it wasn't for the winter grasses so want to be prepared for that next winter) and I'm guessing someone has tried to plant some kind of grass to fill in patches. It looks similar to kykuyu when mown, but it isn't a runner and it grows tall quickly and stands out abouve the kykuyu. Plus there's a bit of rye here and there, and a couple of others too I'm thinking paspalum type? Anyway, want to kill everything except kykuyu. Have attached pic of the type of grass that, apart from winter grass, is my current problem. Any help appreciated.

Submitted: 12:26PM, 15 Oct 2016
Answer: Hi Abdrw,

Thank you for contacting Yates, unfortunately we don’t have a selective herbicide for grassy weeds in lawn, you may try spot spray with Yates Zero Rapid 1-Hour Action Weedkiller which is a contact herbicide. Click here for more info: http://www.yates.com.au/products/weed-control/gardens-paths-and-driveways-non-selective-control/Zero-Rapid-1-Hr-Action-Weedkiller-concentrate/

Hope this helps and happy gardening.

Best Regards,
Louise
Yates Horticulturalist

Category: Lawns
Tags: grassy weeds
Answered: 12:42PM, 15 Oct 2016

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