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Weed Guides

Carolina geranium is a winter annual or biennial weed with toothed, divided segments and whitish-pink to red flowers. An herbicide with isoxaben is a good product for controlling this weed.
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Carpetweed is a summer annual and branches out from the ground in a circular patch. Using pre-emergent herbicides at the right time can help to keep this unwanted weed under control.
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Common chickweed is a winter annual or perennial and grows in dense patches in the lawn. A combination of pre- and postemergent herbicides can help to get rid of this weed and keep it away.
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Mouse-ear chickweed has hairy leaves and produces small, white flowers with five petals. Pre-emergent herbicides with isoxaben are known to help eliminate these weeds from lawns and other areas.
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Chicory grows up to 3 feet tall and produces blue to purple flowers. Using a postemergent herbicide containing triclopyr is one way to kill this weed and to keep it from taking over the lawn.
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Large hop clover has leaves that are similar to white clover and bright yellow flowers. Use a postemergent herbicide with triclopyr or florasulam to reduce the clovers weeds in the lawn.
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Red clover produces pink to purple flowers and has leaves in groups of three in patches. Low mowing and postemergent herbicides containing triclopyr will help to get rid of this common weed.
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White clover is a common weed and has white flowers with leaves in groups of threes. A pre-emergent herbicide in early fall and late winter will prevent an infestation in the spring and summer.
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Large crabgrass resembles smooth crabgrass but has hairs on its leaves and sheaths. Use pre- and postemergent herbicides with dithiopyr to control and kill this invasive lawn pest.
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Smooth crabgrass is similar to large crabgrass but lacks hairs on the leaves and sheaths. Herbicides containing dithiopyr are exceptional at killing, preventing and controlling this weed species.
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Southern crabgrass is a warm-season annual and grows laterally along the ground. It prefers open, sunny areas and can be eliminated with herbicides containing dithiopyr for pre- and postemergent control.
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Crowfootgrass has seed heads that look like crow's feet. It produces 60,000 seeds during its lifetime. A pre-emergent herbicide labeled for this weed is an effective way to prevent an infestation.
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