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Weed Identification

Post-Emergent

Post emergent weed control means controlling or killing the weed after it has emerged from the seed and it is actively growing. Post emergent weed controls are more effective when plant or weed is not stressed. Do not cut or mow the weeds before applying a post

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Pre-Emergent

A pre-emergent weed control does not actually keep weed seed from germinating. In reality most pre-emergent weed controls kill the weed seed just after it emerges by killing the newly developing root system. Usually applied in a granular form, and applied 2-3 times per season. There are

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Goose Grass

A warm season grass that is usually found in high traffic areas where standard turf grass is thin- such as athletic fields and other areas of high traffic. It is also called silver crabgrass and wiregrass. It is a very heavy seeder, often as many as 15-20

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Dallis Grass

A perennial grass, light green in color, Dallis grass can be identified by its long seed heads that extend from the top of the plant. It loves wet areas with lots of heat, can be controlled with post emergent weed control by using Fertilome Bermuda Grass Weeder

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Crabgrass

Probably the most common grassy weed in our area. Named for its upside down crablike growth habit. Typically produce 2-6 large blue to green flat leaves that form clumps and more outward from the center. The best way to control crabgrass is to keep a healthy thick

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Annual Blue Grass

A light blue colored, very fine textured grass, found in very compact soils. It is an annual that usually grows in cooler conditions during the winter, fall and early spring. Just like crabgrass, you can control this by correct mowing, fertilizing and watering as well as using

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Wild Onion

Looks like a grassy weed but is actually a broad leaf weed. Grows during the cooler months of the year. Can be controlled with a post emergent weed control such as Ferti-lome Weed Out

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Thistle

Also called Bull Thistle. A clumping biennial weed that forms a thick taproot during its first growing season. The leaves are covered with soft hairs along the leaf margins. Leaves of younger plants are less lobed than that of mature plants. The leaves are covered with very

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Spotted Spurge

A tight low growing annual that forms a dense mat with dark green leaves that are 1/8 to 1/2″ long and about 1/8″ wide with red spots down the center of the leaf. When broken the stems excrete a white milky juice. The plant has a deep

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Nut Grass

A perennial sedge that grows from underground tubers or “nuts”. Plants are short but can grow rapidly in well irrigated areas. Stems are triangular with seed head located at the end of the stems. Compact spreading with 3-9 branches. Nut grass is one of the most invasive

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