Poa annua conversion

     A multiple application program using Musketeer provides Poa annua suppression and cool-season turf conversion.  This program provides a gradual perennial grass conversion, reducing Poa annua  over one to several growing seasons.

Close-up of a creeping bentgrass/Poa annua fairway.  Note the conversion of the Poa annua (left) as compared to bentgrass conversion following 5 applications of Musketeer at 36 fl oz/A every 3 weeks (right).  

Close-up of a creeping bentgrass/Poa annua fairway.  Note the conversion of the Poa annua (left) as compared to bentgrass conversion following 5 applications of Musketeer at 36 fl oz/A every 3 weeks (right).  

     Temporary initial discoloration of Poa annua is possible with higher rates of Musketeer, especially during temperature extremes.  To maximize seedling establishment during interseeding or overseeding practices, delay applications of Musketeer 14 days prior to and/or after date of seeding.

     For best reductions of Poa annua, applications of Musketeer should begin when active growth fully resumes in the spring and continue through the fall, being discontinued prior to fall/winter dormancy.  Applications should be continued through the summer months when Poa annua is stressed due to temperature and other factors.


 
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