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Sowthistle, Annual: A Summertime Weed

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Annual sowthistle is a summer weed and produces dandelion-like flowers that also turn into white puff balls in the fall. It grows tall and is controlled with the use of an herbicide containing clopyralid.

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Speedwell: A Very Common Weed in the U.S.

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Speedwell is very common in yards across the country and grows mostly in the winter. Though it dies off by spring and summer, using a pre-emergent can help to keep it away in the colder months.

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Spurge, Spotted: A Warm-Season Annual Weed

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Spotted spurge gets its name from the maroon or purple spot in the center of the leaves. It also has reddish-purple stems. This weed grows annually and is treated by hand-pulling and both pre- and postemergent herbicides.

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Swinecress, Lesser: A Summer and Winter Lawn Weed

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Lesser swinecress is extremely tolerant to mowing and heavy foot traffic and will spread easily throughout the lawn. It's important to fight this weed with a pre-emergent herbicide to keep it from taking over lawns and gardens.

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Thistle, Bull: A Bullish Biennial Weed

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Bull thistle is a biennial weed, meaning it takes two years to complete its life cycle. This plant infests everything from lawns to roadsides, causing a massive infestation and harming crops in a short time.

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