Questions about: Weeds

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Andy
Answer: Musky storksbill or erodium moschatum is a particularly difficult weed to control. Not one of the herbicides in our range is registered for the con...
Answered: 04:43PM, 09 Dec 2013
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Sunil
Answer: Hi Sunil, The weed that you have in your lawn could be creeping oxalis. It would be good if you could send a photo to confirm. In any case, if it...
Answered: 02:18PM, 05 Dec 2013
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Ashley
Answer: Hi Ashley, It is difficult to see from the photo what type of grass you have but if it is buffalo grass you have to use a specific herbicide that w...
Answered: 02:32PM, 27 Nov 2013
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Peter
Answer: Hi Peter, You can spray Zero Glyphosate on the weeds beneath your citrus tree but be very careful that none of the spray drifts onto the foliage of...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 10:34AM, 27 Nov 2013
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Leigh
Answer: Hi Leigh, Unfortunately there is not a selective herbicide that will kill off the rye grass in a kikuyu lawn. The only treatment that we can sugge...
Answered: 04:11PM, 14 Nov 2013
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Tony
Answer: Hi Tony The dilution rate of the Weed n Feed Hose-on product out of a sprayer is 1 in 30. If you are problems with the hose-on fitting, please giv...
Answered: 02:19PM, 07 Nov 2013
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Luke
Answer: Hi Luke, This would be a big job to undertake particularly as the bamboo is 25 metres high. It might be worthwhile contacting an aborist to give a...
Answered: 01:24PM, 07 Nov 2013
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Brian
Answer: Hi Brian, The Winter Grass Killer has only been tested and registered for use on common couch and buffalo grasses. The product hasn’t been te...
Answered: 03:45PM, 04 Nov 2013
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Krystal
Answer: Johnson grass isnt a weed listed on any of our herbicide labels however, the following link may assist you with a control. http://www.syngenta.com/...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 05:12PM, 31 Oct 2013
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Marjorie
Answer: Wandering jew is particularly difficult to eradicate and even more so when it is growing among other plants in the garden. To control this weed you...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 02:01PM, 09 Oct 2013