Luke Allison
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What is this low-growing weed with narrow stems and yellow flowers, and how do I exterminate it?
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The weed appears to be Lotononis bainesii. This species was introduced to the country as a fodder legume. To the best of our knowledge it shouldn’t present any problems to children or pets. Apparently,...

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Spot application of poison on seed head stalk
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This doesn't work in the standard concentration. Doubling it did the trick but this is nowhere near as effective as spot application on the leaves. Perhaps adding detergent to the mix will help break ...

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Help me kill this grass
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The grass in question is called Broadleaf Carpet Grass. It thrives in moist conditions and can tolerate 50% shade. It doesn't seem to be tolerating glyphosate though! http://www.nt.gov.au/d/Content/...

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What is this weedy grass and how can I control it?
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You have Wintergrass. There are selective pre-emergent herbicides to treat it. Otherwise, your best bet is to pull out the individual clumps as soon as you see them as they seed extremely fast. They ...

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What kind of lawn grass doesn't spread and is exceptionally shade tolerant?
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It's also possible that you have Buffalograss ( http://www.outsidepride.com/seed/grass-seed/buffalo-grass-seed.html ). Beware: it grows fast. I planted tall fescue in all the shaded and highly damp ...

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What species is this large clump of lawn grass?
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Well after some google searching I have decided that it is Perennial Ryegrass. Anyone object? I found these links useful in determining this: http://www.smartforage.co.nz/1970/01/ryegrass-continuum-2/...

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