Try and get a granular, pre-/post-emergent. It’ll take care of what’s in the ground and what’s already up. Basically, you get more bang for your buck. The counterperson should know exactly what to use. If you need a spreader, Anderson’s LCO-1000 is the best spreader I’ve seen. I have a Lesco, but, its not everything it should be. They’re all expensive, but, ease of use, spread accuracy, weight capacity, etc, make all the difference. Rental stores sometimes have nice, commercial units for rent, as well. Same as above. A pre-/post-emergent in a granule will take care of it. In fact, I don’t know of any emergent that doesn’t kill that stuff. Again, SiteOne are the chemical experts for your area. They sell only commercial products. Sometimes their stuff looks more expensive than consumer stuff, but, the application rates are lighter, so it goes much further. Strictly adhere to their application rates, so you don’t burn off your lawn. If anything go lighter on the application. Always apply to wet grass or before a rain.