PBA Tip of the Day brought to you by Ed Taylor with EST Enterprises Inc (623) 742-6923.
Although nutsedge is usually called “nut grass” it is actually not a grass, but a “sedge”. The portion above ground looks like a grass while underneath it grows in strings of nutlets. We have had good success over the past few years with some of the newer products. The service is done about every 5 to 6 weeks starting in May and going to the end of September. It usually needs 2 or 3 seasons to eliminate the nut sedge. Get your appointment scheduled today for May! Contact Ed for more information!