Dallisgrass Control

Dallisgrass ControlWe know dallisgrass control is a concern for north Texas homeowners. Dallisgrass is often mistaken for crabgrass. This weed grows in clusters that are often taller than the surrounding grass. It is drought tolerant and thrives in North Texas lawns. Along with nutsedge, dallisgrass is one of the more difficult weeds to control. Once dallisgrass arrives in a lawn, it may require several applications to get it under control.

Dallisgrass Prevention

There are no products available that will prevent dallisgrass from germinating. The best way to keep dallisgrass under control is to keep it from going to seed.  This weed develops seed heads very quickly. It is good practice to mow at least once per week to keep it from spreading.

Dallisgrass Control

The Weedex residential lawn care program includes spot treatment of summer grassy weeds with regularly scheduled applications.  These dallisgrass control treatments are only effective when dallisgrass is actively growing and temperatures are consistently above 90 degrees during the day.  If dallisgrass is a prevalent problem throughout a lawn it may require two blanket applications.

*Dallisgrass cannot be treated in St. Augustine or Zoysia grass.

Expectations

We want all customers to know what to expect with our dallisgrass control. Expected results from our specialized applications are 70% to 90% control over the course of the summer. Note that a blanket preventative treatment cannot be applied to St. Augustine or Zoysia.

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