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Weed Guides

Buckhorn Plantain: A Perennial Turf Weed

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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.

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Burweed, Lawn: A Turfgrass Enemy

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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.

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Carolina Geranium: Also Crane's Bill

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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: Not the Ideal Turf Grass

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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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Chickweed, Common: A Smoother Turf Weed

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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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