I've looked through the posts regarding managing Annual Bluegrass (Poa Annua) but didn't find what I was looking for. Most of them suggest dealing with it on a pre-emergent basis in the fall, which I do, but: 1) I may not be doing it right or in best way (definitely open to suggestions here); and 2) both of my neighbors have poorly maintained lawns that seed all over mine, i.e. defeating the 'herd immunity' social compact. Heathens!

What I would really like is a way to also treat in spring on a post-emergent basis, but I am finding it quite the challenge to find something that isn't ridiculously cost prohibitive.

So...any thoughts or suggestions? Also, I live in Dallas area and have a (mostly) Bermuda hybrid lawn in a home that is about 20 years old.


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