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Crabgrass, Large: A Hairy Summer Annual

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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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Crabgrass, Smooth: A Summer Annual

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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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Crabgrass, Southern: A Warm-Season Annual

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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: An Invasive Summer Annual

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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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Curly Dock: Thick and Wavy Weeds

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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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