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Msma Crabgrass Killer - Qt.

4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Product Description

Spray on lawn to kill crabgrass, witchgrass, foxtail and barnyard grass. Not for use on St. Augustine, bahia, carpet or centipede grasses. One pint covers 10,000 square feet. Contains 48.3% MSMA. Qt size.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 9.5 x 5.1 x 2.2 inches
Item Weight 3.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 3.4 pounds
Manufacturer GREEN LIGHT COMPANY
ASIN B000ZNW98S
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4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #226,298 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
Date first available at Amazon.com July 25, 2007

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We've been plagued with moss in our yard for about 5 years. We may have had it longer, but it became noticeable and intrusive to the point where I began trying to kill it about 4 years ago. I tried various products, some very pricey, without lasting success. The moss would turn brown, maybe even for the whole season, but it would be back the following year.

Last summer, quite by accident, I discovered that Greenlight MSMA Crabgrass Killer is also a first rate moss eradicator. I was out spraying our crabgrass with this product and, just for the heck of it, I sprayed a mossy area as well. The moss died in that spot. Encouraged, I sprayed as much of our moss as I could with with the killer I had left. We are well into our second season since the treatment and the moss in those areas shows no sign of coming back.

I don't know if it's effective on all varieties of moss or not, I just know it did wonders for what we had.

I love this stuff.

UPDATE: Well, it seems that nothing is forever. This past summer (2010) we saw a recurrence of moss in the yard. I don't know if this is a new crop or if the old has emerged from a dormant state. My guess is that since we are surrounded by woods where the same moss is growing that we will always have to fight it.

That's OK because I've adopted a new strategy re the crabgrass. Instead of putting down a preemergent every year, I'm going to let the crabgrass sprout and then kill it. Since I'll be spraying the yard with Green Light anyway, the moss should be held nicely in check.
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I used MSMA years ago but have been unable to find it locally for the past few years. This year I had an influx of crabgrass in my lawn and tried several brands of weed and crab grass killer to no avail. A quick google search I found MSMA on Amazon and ordered a bottle. And one application later it killed all the crab grass in my front yard. This product is amazing. I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants a perfect lawn.
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bought this in 2010 but did not use until spring of 2011...back yard was about one-third weeds and non-turf grasses...sprayed on hot dry day...within 48 hours most weeds dead...resprayed few remaining again...within another 2 or 3 days all weeds gone...very happy with this product!!!
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