I read about the pet TKO in another post and did check many of my local stores for it. Unfortanly none of them had it. We do not have Tom Thumb in our area. Do you think that HEB might carry it? HEB is much closer then Lowes....at least until they finish building the new one in Rosenberg...counthing the days. LOL
It can't hurt to call ahead and ask. Hopefully you can find someone locally who carries it. If not, go ahead and contact the good folks at Texas TKO. I really like the Orange TKO product. It appears pricey, but the manner in which it can be diluted and still be effective actually makes it quite cost efficient.
I sprayed the area I wanted killed on Sat morning about 7:30, went to a fund raiser came home about 5:30 and the area was completly dead. Hubby is now sold on this mixture and is telling everyone about it.
Good news, spread the word
The areas may require re-treatment, but you will likely win the war.
The only thing I found not killed on first application was nut grass but that is o.k. because I am digging out the area for a flower bed and my garden claw digs past the depth of the nut grass bulb.
Now for the bad news, I don't think you will have much luck with the vinegar/orange oil/soap solution to tackle your nut sedge. If it is in a bed, you will need to physically remove it, and mulch heavily. If you are lucky, the nuts will begin to sprout in the mulch, and then they are quite easy to pull out. Don't work it back into the soil or you will just push the nut down further and compound your problem.
Good luck and keep up the good work.