Brad from Canal Fulton, Ohio writes
Got the two above in my yard and it's driving me nuts. Heard this product might help. I live in Northeast Ohio and have a lawn that is approximately 1/3 of and acre. Please advise!
Anuew Plant Growth Regulator does state it can have some effect on poa annua. You may find it more beneficial to get a product like Prograss EC instead since Prograss -while expensive- is the only product that can be used as a post-emergent, pre-emergent, and allow seeding close to application in a cool season lawn for poa annua. It has an extensive label for use and is one-of-a-kind to help customers in exactly your situation The only size it comes in is the one listed at the link below, but for many customers who have heavy populations of it in their yard, they find it to be worth the large container and price. The shelf life is easily 5 years so you would be able to use each each year to help keep it under control while overseeding the lawn to fill it in with the desired turfgrass species.
Answer last updated on: 08/04/2020