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#942047 - 07/11/18 07:25 AM Re: Weed B Gone vs. Weed B Gone Max [Re: notnew2diy]
kodak_jack Offline
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 08/24/03
Posts: 4751
Loc: Rochester,NY
I hate to admit it, but over the years, I have applied enough Weed B Gone in the same areas that the distinctive smell is always there, yet, I still get weeds coming right back again!!!

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#942072 - 07/11/18 03:38 PM Re: Weed B Gone vs. Weed B Gone Max [Re: kodak_jack]
notnew2diy Offline
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 08/18/06
Posts: 4751
Loc: harvard, il.
Originally Posted By kodak_jack
I hate to admit it, but over the years, I have applied enough Weed B Gone in the same areas that the distinctive smell is always there, yet, I still get weeds coming right back again!!!


When I lived in a subdivision, I always used Scott's weed-n-feed products for my front yard. Used a broadcast spreader, follow package directions. Nice, thick, weed free, dark green lawn that had to be cut every 4-5 days.

Your veronica almost kinda sounds like creeping charlie, except for the moist part.

HTH...good luck...notnew...
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