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Weed Guides

Curly dock thrives in moist areas and has wavy leaves. It produces greenish flowers in clusters that turn reddish-brown as they mature. Two-, three- and four-way postemergents are best for weed control.
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Dallisgrass is a perennial weed that grows in clumps in the yard. Stalks appear from the center and produce seeds with black hairs. Dithiopyr herbicides are a great choice for controlling this weed.
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Dandelions are seen almost everywhere and are known by the white puff balls that appear over time. Pre-emergent herbicides are helpful to prevent the seed heads from appearing in the yard.
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Purple deadnettle is similar to henbit but has petioles that connect the leaves to the stems. Proper mowing, as well as using herbicides with dithiopyr, will help to control this invasive turf weed.
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Dollarweed, or pennywort, is a hard-to-control weed that prefers moist and very wet areas. Applying postemergent granules or liquid herbicides to growing weeds will help to control the infestation.
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Downy brome, or cheatgrass, is a tall weed that can easily produce new growth if it's cut. Herbicides that contain pronamide are best if applied in the pre-emergent or postemergent stages of growth.
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Eclipta is also called the false daisy. It grows rapidly and has small flowers with white petals and greenish-yellow centers. Pre-emergent and postemergent herbicides are necessary for control.
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It's easy to identify English lawn daisies by their flowers with white petals and yellow centers. They leaves are smooth and sometimes hairy. Postemergent herbicides with penoxsulam provide total control.
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Field sandburs are painful when they penetrate the skin. This summer annual has spike heads and thrives in sandy soil. A crabgrass pre-emergent herbicide will also help to control sandbur weeds.
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Goosegrass is a summer annual with long, green leaves that resemble regular grass. It has a strong root system and requires pre-emergent herbicide control to keep it from spreading.
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Ground ivy is a perennial that produces a minty odor and funnel-shaped, purple flowers. Treating it with herbicides containing triclopyr and/or 2,4-D are the best method of weed control.
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Common groundsel is easy to spot with its single stem and yellow flowers that bloom almost throughout the year. Herbicides containing isoxaben are the ideal solution for controlling these weeds in lawns.
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