How can I get rid of the oniongrass in my yard when regular weed killers don't work?
I can't seem to find a solution to the multitude of oniongrass growing in our lawn. The regular weed killers don't affect it. Do you have any ideas?
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Wild oniongrass is hard to kill with chemicals, but it can be done. Use a combination broadleaf herbicide product, such as Trimec, that contains two or three chemicals; ask for the ester formulation. You’ll need to make the application in early spring, when the oniongrass is actively growing. One precaution: Ester formulations are a little more potent than other formulations of the same product. You should apply ester formulations only during cool weather (spring and fall) and never use them close to ornamentals.

 

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