t_heasley – posted 30 March 2005 08:27
Can anyone recommend a way to stop clover growth in a Bermuda grass lawn? I have tried a product called Weed stop, but the clover seems to be completely unaffected. I have been keeping the turf mowed quite low, but the clover is out stripping the grass!
ted – posted 30 March 2005 09:45
try to find a product with mcpp in it. 24d type products only have a limited effect on clover. pros use confront herbicide
t_heasley – posted 30 March 2005 11:18
Once again, thanks for the useful advice! Incidentally, do you have any idea where I can purchase Confront herbicide?
ted – posted 30 March 2005 15:38
i don’t believe you can- it’s a licensed product for pros. you might try finding a product at a hardware or farm supply store. try a ag co-op place too.
ted – posted 30 March 2005 17:16
oh yeah-you’ll want it as the side ingredient- it’s still mixed in with 24d/dicamba, the product you’re probably seeing at the hardware store
snormyle – posted 12 June 2005 09:35
New Here so this is what I did In the winter Bermuda goes dormant the clover does not so on a day that is sunny and warmer spray everything that is green with a roundup type killer that you don’t want in your lawn come spring I have fought clover in K-31 in Maryland and StAugustine in Florida to Bermuda in Georgia The winter assault worked I killed everything but the BermudaSnormyle