Just when you think the war on weeds is over! Winter annual weeds are best controlled now, while still actively growing. Here’s how to fight weeds in fall for a lush lawn in spring.
Weeds enter an energy absorbing phase in fall to get enough nutrients to survive the winter. This makes it prime time for prevention, because they absorb weed killers just as eagerly. Find out about fall weed control now.
Fast growing and quick to spread, crabgrass creates a thick mangled mess in an otherwise tidy lawn. It crowds out grass and robs it of nutrients. Find out how to prevent crabgrass now.
To prevent poison ivy from sucking the fun out of your summertime activities, you’ll need to properly identify it and safely remove it. Read on to find out more.
The hardiest and healthiest of lawns can fall prey to a weed infestation. Here’s how to destroy dandelions without using any harsh chemicals.
Knowing which herbicide to use, when to use it, and how to apply it can be confusing and intimidating. If used incorrectly, these chemicals can do more harm than good. Find out what you need to know about using herbicides to kill common weeds.
It produces pretty little blue flowers that perk up your property, but this rapid reproducer has a competitive nature and can take over your lawn. Find out about controlling speedwell before it’s too late.
Pretty little posies may make these weeds a welcoming sight in your yard at first. But discover why preventing henbit and purple deadnettle should be a priority this spring.
Chickweed is an annual weed that grows from seeds that sprout in fall. It is possible to control chickweed’s shallow root system. Here’s how.
Skip the trip to the garden center and the leave the harsh chemicals behind. Safe, inexpensive, and efficient, these common household items can help you kill weeds naturally. Here’s how!