How Do I Kill Johnson Grass in My Lawn?


To kill Johnson Grass in your lawn, you can use herbicide or manually pulling out the clumps. If there are only a few clumps, you can pull them out by hand, then dig up the remaining roots. Using a herbicide called Roundup also effectively kills the Johnson grass. Just be sure to follow the label when using it.
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How Do I Kill Johnson Grass in My Lawn?
A thick-rooted, tall (up to 8 feet) clumping grass, Johnson grass (Sorghum halepense) is an aggressive perennial native to the Mediterranean. Now a common sight along stream beds and in the disturbed soils of pastures and agricultural fields, Johnson... More »
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Lawn weed killers do not kill grass because the chemical in that lawn herbicide has been developed so that it only targets broad-leafed plants like dandelions and not grass.
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