Preventing Invasive Crabgrass in Your Zoysia Lawn:


posted on June 13th, 2019 by

Each year, many homeowners struggle to eliminate the crabgrass that has appeared throughout their lawns, particularly where the lawn meets sidewalks and driveways. It is best to get a head-start and wipe it out before the seeds start germinating. Crabgrass however, is very invasive and is one of the most troublesome weeds found in lawns. Each plant produces thousands of seeds so it is important to eliminate them before the seeds start spreading. This year at Zoysia Farms, we are on the attack to terminate crabgrass!

            We have two new weapons. Our Bonide Weed Beater Plus Crabgrass (spot application on individual weeds) kills right down to the root of over 200 common broadleaf weeds including crabgrass. There is no mixing necessary, and it comes with trigger spray for complete control. The container comes with full instructions as well as a list of the weeds it controls. Due to its one-gallon container, you can now kill thousands of weeds with it. Check out the link to this product at: https://www1.zoysiafarms.com/prodspec.jsp?id=04CB&cat=31.

            Next is our Bonide Weed Beater Plus Crabgrass (broadcast application).  This comes with a convenient hose-end attachment for application. It can cover a whole lawn (6600 square feet) in one application, and also comes with full instructions as well. Here is a link to this product: https://www1.zoysiafarms.com/prodspec.jsp?id=8DD9&cat=31.

            Both weed killers are Zoysia-safe, and should be used as a post-emergent. They are now available, so please try them out and see what these wonderful products can do! Crabgrass keeps growing all season long from spring to fall. Getting rid of it early will allow your Zoysia to fill-in and help prevent future invasions.

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