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By Vanessa from Provo


I seem to have a lot more field grass in my flower beds then usual. What is the best way to keep it out of my beds? Thanks!


If you do not have any grass like plants planted in the bed, there is a product called "Over the Top" that will specifically kill grasses but not harm broadleaf shrubs.
But if you have things like daffodils, tulips, daylilies, perennial grasses, etc the Over the Top will kill these as well. If you do have grass-like plants in that bed that you do not want to kill, you will need to spray the grass with a product conatining glysophate, but do not get it on any other plants because it will kill anything that it gets on.
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