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Name:   alahusker - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/9/2016 5:16:41 PM   IP ADDRESS: 75.138.3.145

It's driving me nuts.  Most persistent lawn weed I have ever dealt with.  Have a well established centipede lawn.   "Spectracide for Southern Lawns" slows it down but the stuff just keeps coming?   





Name:   Lifer - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/9/2016 6:31:02 PM   IP ADDRESS: 198.223.201.188

Don't know about the clover. All I know is we nuked two cities, they sent us kudzu. THEY WON!





Name:   BayPineYankee - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/9/2016 10:00:01 PM   IP ADDRESS: 71.14.231.163

I would look @ Bayer products, particularly a product called Revolver. Very expensive - but very effective.  As an aside, your bride helped us find a lake house years ago.  I dont know you except from postings but i hope you are both well. Jeff





Name:   GoneFishin - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/9/2016 10:22:06 PM   IP ADDRESS: 173.169.31.17

Contact

http://offices.aces.edu/tallapoosa/

 





Name:   Sunsetologist - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/10/2016 7:44:32 PM (updated 7/10/2016 7:54:40 PM)    IP ADDRESS: 24.96.88.87

This link may help you out  http://extension.uga.edu/publications/detail.cfm?number=B1395  I saw where you can order metsulfuron (the product is called MSM Turf) on Amazon for post emergent of japanese clover.  A cheaper chemical may be the Atrazine which seems readily available.  The UGA extension site suggests preemergent as the best way to battle this type of clover.





Name:   Mack - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/10/2016 8:18:32 PM   IP ADDRESS: 74.240.81.154

another resource:

http://www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/pests/weeds/hgic2322.html





Name:   Maddog - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/11/2016 8:18:49 AM   IP ADDRESS: 75.137.203.4

Great article Mack....thanks for sharing. I noticed the Japanese Clover in my garden and starting to spread into my turf lawn. Headed to Floyd's Feed and Seed to get the killer for this weed.





Name:   OnTheBike - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/11/2016 1:49:41 PM   IP ADDRESS: 97.85.17.218

I will trade you...... your Japanese clover for my creeping charlie and a mild case of dollar weed.  After three years of hand pulling and a multi prong attack with Pennington and Scotts Bonus S I have knocked it back, but it is still there.  Ughhhhhhhhhh!

 

The creeping charlie has choked and killed out large patches of centipeed.  I sprigged in St. Augustine and it seems to compete much better.  The Augustine has almost completely taken over the other centipede that was not impacted.





Name:   alahusker - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Japanese clover (aka lespedeza)
Date:   7/11/2016 9:06:10 PM   IP ADDRESS: 75.138.3.145

Thanks, folks. 

It's been helpful.  The UGA article on cultural stuff makes sense.  Been cutting the grass too short and need to check Ph. 

 

TB







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