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widdie4
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Sulphate of Ammonia

Posted 2027 days ago


Can Sulphate of Ammonia be used to kill

Clover in lawns. I seem to remember years ago

that it could be put on dry and hosed in. We

don't have great lawn but you could say it is

a clover lawn. We are both aged and finding it

difficult to do much re weeds but thought this might

be an easy way. Any thoughts? Thanks.

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pomolo
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RE: Sulphate of Ammonia

Posted 2027 days ago

I can remember my Father using S of A on the clover in our lawn but I'm positive he put it on when there was early morning dew on the clover leaves.

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widdie4
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RE: Sulphate of Ammonia

Posted 2026 days ago



Thanks Pomolo re the S of A. Will try.

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diamond
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RE: Sulphate of Ammonia

Posted 1723 days ago

Put s of a on damp grass and leave for about three days,until it starts to die. Have had great success this way

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Georgen
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RE: Sulphate of Ammonia

Posted 1688 days ago

Hi Diamond,

You said:
"Put s of a on damp grass and leave for about three days,until it starts to die."

What should I do after 3 days?
Wash it with water or mow it, just not sure.

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