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Sandbur Control in Bermudagrass Pastures and Hay Fields

Eddie Funderburg, Ed.D. James Locke

By Eddie Funderburg, Ed.D., Senior Soils and Crops Consultant
and James Locke, Planned Consultation Manager and Senior Soils and Crops Consultant

Posted Jan. 1, 2011

Sandbur generally behave as summer annual grasses, although they will sometimes act as weak perennials. While they are different species, they all share the common trait of being undesirable in pastures and hay fields, and control measures are the same for each species.

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