How do I kill "feather" grass in my yard?
Large Clumps of Pampas Grass
Wear heavy work gloves. Grasp several pampas grass stalks, bunching them together. Cut the stalks down to about 2 inches above the ground with a pair of gardening shears. Continue in this manner until you have cut all the grass down to a manageable size. Place the cut grass into a large garbage bag, secure closed and dispose of at a landfill.
Put on a pair of rubber gloves. Spray the cut stalks immediately with a ready-to-use herbicide containing glyphosate as the active ingredient.
Repeat the treatment seven days later. Monitor the location regularly, spraying newly sprouted pampas grass with the glyphosate herbicide.
Things You Will Need
- Heavy work gloves
- Safety goggles
- Long-sleeve shirt
- Garbage bags
- Gardening shears
- Rubber gloves
- Herbicide containing glyphosate
Ramsey County Minnesota