Weed Control

Taming Wild Violets in Your Lawn

If you're a homeowner with a garden or a lawn, chances are you've encountered wild violets, also known as Viola sororia. These perennials, while beautiful, are known for their invasive nature and can quickly take over a lawn if left unchecked. Their flowers range in color from dark purple to almost blue and their leaves maintain a dark green hue year-round. They are very popular with pollinators like bees and butterflies which means there are many scenarios where folks promote and encourage wild violets to thrive.

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Banishing Ragweed

Ragweed, a common and unwelcome guest in many lawns, is a notorious trigger for seasonal allergies. If you're tired of sneezing and itching your way through the warmer months, it's time to take action against this pesky plant. This blog post will help you understand how to identify ragweed and offer simple, effective ways to control its growth in your lawn.

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Winning the Battle Against Chamberbitter Weeds

Chamberbitter (Phyllanthus urinaria), also known as Gripeweed or Little Mimosa, is a persistent, invasive weed that can quickly infest your lawn and ruin its appearance. As a resilient and fast-spreading weed, Chamberbitter can be challenging to control. This is why it is crucial to be consistent and timely in your efforts. With the right knowledge and techniques, you can reclaim your beautiful lawn. In this blog post, we will explore the most effective ways to control Chamberbitter weeds in your lawn.

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