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Weed Guides

Eclipta Weeds: Total Eclipse of the Yard

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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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English Lawn Daisy: A Pretty Aggressive Weed

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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 Sandbur: A Painfully Spiky Weed

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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: As Annoying as the Real Thing

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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: A Creeping Perennial Weed

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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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