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Re: Pulmonarias in November & Northern Sea Oats & Oak Leaf Mulch


No problem.

At 11:33 AM 11/9/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>I would like to second Jeff's advice. Fusilade has enabled me to clear
>wire grass from many areas of my garden without damaging other plants.
>
>Dan Nelson
>Bridgeville DE
>zone 7
>SussexTreeInc@ce.net
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Jeff Westendorp <jaw@waltersgardens.com>
>To: Hosta Open <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
>Sent: Monday, November 08, 1999 12:10 PM
>Subject: Fw: Pulmonarias in November & Northern Sea Oats & Oak Leaf
>Mulch
>
>
>Clyde
>Roundup works but is hazardous to other plants.  If you would like
>control
>of a grass in a "non grass" crop such as hosta I would suggest the use
>of
>Fusilade, Envoy, or another one of the selective, post-emerge grass
>herbicides.  They are very effective on grasses and very safe over non
>grasses.
>Jeff Westendorp, Holland, MI
>
>
>>In a message dated 11/07/1999 5:44:13 PM US Eastern Standard Time,
>>CCREDUX@aol.com writes:
>>
>><< I had to get rid of a LOT of Northern Sea Oats (Chasmanthium
>latifolia).
>>It
>> had gone WILD in my back border.I mowed about 4/5 of it down. Of
>course, I
>>am
>> sure it will return next spring. Will Round-Up kill it? Is there a
>better
>> product to use to kill it?
>>
>> It is quite striking---particularly in the Fall---but enough is enough
>>>
>>
>>Hi Clyde
>>Yes, however beautiful Northern Sea Oats is, it can be quite the take
>over
>>artist by its nature to self seed. It is easy to kill with Round Up or
>can
>be
>>controled by timely applications of  pre emergence.
>>Gary
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