Non-Herbicide Management Options
1. Physical Management Options
Yellow-eyed grass can be cut, and the rhizomes can be dug up. However, physical control can be difficult because it can re-establish from remaining plant fragments.
2. Biological Management Options
Mammals and other wildlife consume yellow-eyed grass.
Herbicide Control Options
Yellow-eyed grass is tolerant to many herbicides. Also, there are many species of yellow-eyed grass that are endangered, and should be protected rather than killed.
Yellow-eyed grass can be grown by spreading seeds over moist soil.
If you need assistance, contact the Ag & Natural Resources agent in your county or hire a professional.