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Lindak. from Kill Devil Hills, Nc writes,
06/04/2015:

How soon is it safe to plant new perennials?

I have a perennial garden that sprouted nutsedge. I sprayed the area about three weeks ago, and the weed is nearly dead, but still slightly yellow. When will it be safe to plant my new perennials? Should I assume that my new milkweed plants should not be planted in the bed?

Answer:

You can plant new perinnials  at least 4-6 week    after SedgeHammer Herbicide application. 

Answer last updated on: 06/04/2015

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