American burnweed is common and grows in cultivated areas. It thrives in moist soil and can take root in thatch on lawns. Use a pre-emergent to keep this weed from popping up in your lawn. Read More
Annual bluegrass is a common weed and germinates in the fall. Using pre-emergent herbicides during this time will help to control this weed in the spring and to keep it out of your yard in the summer. Read More
Slender aster is a weed that's commonly found in the Southeast and can grow as tall as 3 feet. Applying a pre-emergent herbicide in the spring can help to keep this summer annual out of your yard. Read More
Barnyardgrass in an annual weed and can produce thousands of seeds, causing a massive infestation in lawns if it's left untreated. Pre-emergent herbicides can help kill and control this stubborn plant. Read More
Creeping beggarweed is hard to control and can quickly spread across lawns. Using a postemergent herbicide can stop it from reproducing and causing an unwanted infestation in your yard. Read More
Dwarf beggarweed is similar to creeping beggarweed and requires a strong herbicide to keep it from spreading and taking over your lawn. Repeat applications may be necessary to prevent regrowth. Read More
Hairy bittercress is a summer or winter annual and can spread easily if it's disturbed. With preventative weed control, you can keep this weed out of your landscape beds and flower planters. Read More
Black medic is a summer annual with yellow flowers and three-leaf grouping like clovers. Postemergent herbicides with triclopyr, clopyralid or florasulam are recommended when fighting this weed.
Southern brass buttons is a common annual weed that produces pale yellow flowers and broad leaves. Herbicides with isoxaben are helpful at keeping this weed under control in lawns and landscapes.
Broadleaf plantain is a summer weed that thrives in moist soils but can also establish in dry conditions. An herbicide with triclopyr or 2,4-D can help to control this weed in lawns and other turf sites.
Buckhorn plantain is a perennial turf weed with long, slender stems that produce leafless flower heads. Postemergent herbicides labeled for buckhorn are a highly recommended form of control.
Lawn burweed is a low-growing plant that develops tiny burs that are hard to see but can easily be felt. Using a pre-emergent in the fall is highly recommended to keep this weed from establishing in the grass.