Dang that looks good.
To be honest what aggravates me most is what I also like elsewhere, the goldenrod. Some grasses like Cheat, Swampgrass, Thistle(which I knew it wouldn't perm kill), and yes that damn fescue that will survive nuclear holocaust. I should be able to get my farm limed next week if rains hold and that makes a huge difference with my management typically.Thanks for the info. I must of missed the first review. It looks like it did a good job but I was hoping that the residual would take care of summer grasses. Is the crabgrass what's coming back?
It is an expensive hobby sometimes. I enjoyed my trip to the other main feed store last week as I asked them if they were up on Imox. They had no idea what I was talking about and wrote down the name to research it. I felt cool in front of a bunch of for profit farmers. LOLI stopped by the local feed n seed about a month ago to order cleth and the minimum order was gonna run me about $250. I passed and decided to mow for another year. I gotta find a source that doesn't require me to order such a large volume. Summer grass is putting a hurting on parts of my clover that I've come to cherish, particularly in areas that get full sun. Maybe I shouldn't worry so much but I don't like seeing the grasses out competing my clover. Never considered Imox. In the end...I'm still what I consider a novice at all this stuff.
Well number 3 showed up in the blue corner weighing in at 8#11oz last Monday night. Three boy grandpups I can use as free labor one day just as my dad used me. This lady waited a while for her first so be interesting how their lifestyle changes. Better than tv. Nothing puts one closer to God than an new born. Amazing stuff.