There are various options to control Nutgrass in lawns, garden beds, paths and rockeries. These options are non-selective, so you will need to take care when spraying or applying near plants you don’t want killed. If the infestation of Nutgrass in your area is high, multiple applications of the product may be required to get it under control. Once the weeds have died, dig out as many of the tubers and rhizomes as possible. Observe the area closely as this disturbance can cause new shoots to arise – if there is any regrowth, treat as soon as possible.
For the control of Nutgrass in the lawn and garden, spot-spray with Yates Zero Ultra Tough Ready-to-Use.
For the control of Nutgrass on paths, driveways, car parks and areas of bare soil where no plants are to be grown in for at least the next 12 months, apply Yates Pathweeder Concentrate - kills existing weeds and in ideal conditions prevents new weeds germinating for up to 12 months.