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Nick from San Gabriel,california writes,
08/21/2014:

After applying SedgeHammer to some nut grass in planter area, how long do have to wait to put in azalea plant?

I want to put azalea plants in area where nut grass is located.

Answer:

Per the manufacturer, you would need to wait a few months in order to plant the azaleas as you will have to do multiple treatments of SedgeHammer. When you do plant them, make sure you are not using the soil that was treated with SedgeHammer. Use either topsoil or untreated soil from another area on the property. They did also recommend that you plant the plant first, get the roots established and then use the SedgeHammer. Do not spray direct on the azaleas to avoid damage. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

Answer last updated on: 08/21/2014

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