Weeds

Henbit

Henbit Green-Up Weed and Feed or Lawn Weed Control will control Henbit. Follow up selective spray applications may be necessary for complete kill.

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Japanese Stiltgrass

Japanese Stiltgrass Growing and maintaining a healthy, dense lawn is the best preventative method to discourage the introduction of and growth of Japanese stiltgrass. Hand pulling can be effective for control o...

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K-31 Tall Fescue

K-31 This is an older variety of fescue. It is rough to touch and has multiple veins per large blade. It is still in use as an industrial plant and does very well in sandy soils. It will survive where other var...

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Nutsedge

Nutsedge Nutsedge is one of the most prolific grassy weeds that we usually see in the summer. It grows from a nut in the ground which grows an upright plant but sends out numerous nuts which produce numerous pl...

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Poa Annua (annual bluegrass)

Also known as Annual Bluegrass, this grassy weed can be brought into your lawn by wind, birds, commercial lawn mowers, foot traffic and impure seed. The seeds can lay dormant for several years before sprouting....

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Purslane

Purslane This is a weedy summer annual. It can be controlled with a pre-emergent application of Crabgrass and Weed Preventer. For post emergence, Purslane is best dealt with while the plant is still young. Trea...

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Spurge

Spurge This is a warm season, heat loving weed. Even though it is a summer annual, seeds can germinate next spring. Because it is seen in hot weather, be careful treating it as even selective herbicides can da...

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Thistle

Thistle This is a tough weed to kill. Do not let thistles flower. They will produce a lot of seeds. This can be treated with Green-Up Weed and Feed or Lawn Weed Control.

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Wild Carrot

Wild Carrot Green-Up Weed and Feed will control Wild Carrot. Subsequent spot treatments may be necessary with a selective spray. Lawns that are healthy and thick and watered properly will help crowd it out.

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Wild Garlic

Wild Garlic Cut the tops off to leave an open wound. Apply a selective spray to the opening made by cutting the top off. Plants will need to be sprayed more than once and for more than one season.

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