Source: ForageFax | May 13, 2019
Johnsongrass is a warm season perennial grass that is one of the most common and troublesome weeds in agriculture.
It is commonly found on roadsides, pastures and hay fields. It grows erect from 3 to 6 feet. Johnsongrass spreads by seeds and rhizomes (underground stems). The seedhead is a large, open panicle often with a purplish tint.
Johnsongrass leaves have a large white midrib and a smooth, glossy appearance. Stems are smooth with no hairs.
Select Herbicide Options:
Outrider (for bermudagrass pastures and hay meadows, bahiagrass can be injured)
Pastora (for bermudagrass pastures, will destroy bahiagrass)
REMEMBER: THE LABEL IS THE LAW! Always read the pesticide label before using.
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