Weeds

I just applied crabgrass control and one week later dandelions appear. What should I do?

Frequently in the late spring, dandelions appear quickly once the temperature rises. Many times this happens one to two weeks after your first application of Green-Up plus Crabgrass Preventer has occurred. It w...

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When can I apply broadleaf weed controls to newly seeded grass?

It is best to wait until the grass has been mowed at least three times. Do not apply broadleaf weed controls during very hot weather. Green Up Weed & Feed and Lawn Weed Control products work best when appli...

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What is the earliest time that you can apply weed controls?

Our lawn weed control products work best when applied to actively growing broadleaf weeds. In most years this occurs early in May. The more leaf surface that the weed control contacts, the better the control. ...

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I applied your Green Up Weed and Feed and new dandelions are popping up. How long does it take? And should it be reapplied?

Green Up Weed and Feed starts to work in 7-10 days provided it was applied correctly. However, the full potency of the product, or completely dead broadleaf weeds will occur over the course of 30 days. With co...

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Bittercress

Bittercress This weed prefers cool, moist soil and is most prolific after early spring rains. Mowing will achieve control over time. Do it frequently enough that you remove the flower heads before they become s...

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Crabgrass

Crabgrass This is a grassy weed that is controlled well with a spring application of Green-Up Lawn Food with Crabgrass Preventer. If you have had crabgrass trouble in the past, add an application of Crabgrass a...

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Dallisgrass

Dallisgrass Dallisgrass is a very aggressive perennial grassy weed often mistaken as crabgrass. Dallisgrass has seed heads that grow quickly and have three to seven unpaired heads on the stem. Crabgrass has ha...

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Dandelion

Dandelion Dandelions are the easiest weed to control but also the most prolific. The seeds are spread by wind, birds, foot traffic and lawnmowers. Green-Up Weed and Feed or Lawn Weed Control will kill them post...

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Foxtail

Foxtail A healthy, thick lawn is the first weapon against this weed. Thick, lush grass leaves no room for the plant seeds to grow. Proper mowing and fertilizing produces a healthy lawn that is less likely to ge...

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Ground Ivy - Creeping Charlie

Ground Ivy – Creeping Charlie Shady lawns with poorly drained fertile soil are typical sites for ground ivy to develop into a major problem. Green–Up Weed and Feed or Lawn Weed Control will control some of this...

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