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Contributors to this thread:
bill brown 12-Jun-18
lewis 12-Jun-18
Kick'em up 12-Jun-18
Foodplot 12-Jun-18
scentman 12-Jun-18
elkstabber 12-Jun-18
BOHUNTER09 12-Jun-18
lewis 12-Jun-18
mgmicky 12-Jun-18
bigswivle 12-Jun-18
Osceola 12-Jun-18
bill brown 16-Jun-18
From: bill brown
12-Jun-18
How do you control nutsedge in a clover plot?

From: lewis
12-Jun-18
Basagram good luck Lewis

From: Kick'em up
12-Jun-18
Sedgehammer may work.

From: Foodplot
12-Jun-18
Basagram

From: scentman
12-Jun-18
well Bill, ya hammer their little sedge nuts... like Lewis said good luck.

From: elkstabber
12-Jun-18
Isn't nutsedge the same as chufa? Wouldn't that be considered generally good and desirable, especially if you have turkeys around?

From: BOHUNTER09
12-Jun-18
Related but not the same as chufffa. Not desirable in clover

From: lewis
12-Jun-18
I wish it put out the “nuts” chufa did but it doesn’t.That would keep me from planting chufa.Lewis

From: mgmicky
12-Jun-18
Sedgehammer or halosulfuron generic equivalent. Make sure you read the label-most will tell you to add a particular surfactant. Without the right surfactant control won’t be nearly as good.

From: bigswivle
12-Jun-18
Sandea. Pretty expensive, but will smoke nut grass

From: Osceola
12-Jun-18
Permit Herbicide will kill it. Down side are the costs and there is like a 10 month period where you cannot plant new clover (won't germinate it believe). I bought the dry mix bottle. Lasted me several years.

I like to frost seed the following spring, so I spray in April/May so I can frost seed into the existing plot the following March.

From: bill brown
16-Jun-18
Thanks for the help guys.

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