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Sheperdspurse is a broadleaf, winter annual that forms a rosette shape. Tiny, inconspicuous, white flowers appear in the spring on a stalk that can reach up to 18 inches high. Heart-shaped, flattened seed pods form on this stalk also. Sheperdspurse usually blooms from March until frost. The leaves start at […]

Sheperdspurse Control


Prostrate knotweed is a wiry, mat-forming, summer annual weed. This weed normally germinates before any other summer annual weed. Branches can be up to two feet in diameter. Stems of prostrate knotweed are covered in small, blue-green leaves. Prostrate knotweed grows along the soils surface, with little upright growth. If […]

Prostrate Knotweed Control


Ground ivy is a winter perennial. It is also known as creeping Charlie. It was formerly used as a medicinal herb but is now considered a lawn weed. Ground ivy is found in moist, shady areas. If ground ivy is growing in the shade leaves are more than likely deep […]

Ground Ivy Control



Crabgrass has been considered one of the most troublesome weeds for several years. Crabgrass is a summer annual with a spreading habit with blue-green to purplish leaf blades. Crabgrass is normally found in thin turf grass or open areas. Lawns that are mowed two inches and shorter allow a lot […]

Large Crabgrass Control