I agree with Tony M, in that I know of no surefire, guaranteed product to kill nut sedge. I too have tried to eliminate it from my beds by physical removal. Though I cannot declare myself as a winner in that war, two things provide some relief. First healthy beds provide a loose medium which facilitates the removal. Second with healthy doses of cedar mulch in those beds, the nut will often form in the mulch and removal is not problem at all. The nut grass in the lawn gets mowed and I don't worry about it.
Edit: I just noticed the fourm where you posted this message How to Use This Discussion Board??? For the best opportunity for responses to your inquiry, you should ask a Moderator to move your post to the more appropriate forum Weeds
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