Yuma County, Arizona
June 14, 2004
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Weed Control: Bermudagrass can be controlled with multiple
applications of Select/Prism or Poast. The highest labeled rates of theses
herbicides will slowly desiccate this weed over a 2 to 3 week period although
regrowth will often occur a couple of weeks later. Two or three applications
during the summer for two or three summers will bring this invasive perennial
10 Year Summary (June 2, to June 13, 1995-2004):
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