Battling Nut Sedge

rober49(5 St Louis)May 17, 2013

i have a couple of areas where nut sedge is taking over. sedge hammer is pretty expensive. will anything else work? often when starting new beds i'll cover the area with corrugated cardboard & mulch over that & kill off the sod that way. would that work with nut sedge or would it just lay dormant until exposed to sunlight again/

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jean001a(Portland OR 7b)

Here's some info from University of California

Understand this will be an ongoing project for the next several years. Your goal is to starve the nutlets.

Here is a link that might be useful: nutsedge

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