Believe it or not, even though your lawn is in hibernation and the growth rate has significantly decreased, weeds can and will still grow during the winter.
Weed Wednesday is back! This week we want to discuss a weed we’ve been hearing a lot about. Poa Annu, or Annual Bluegrass
Why Are the Weeds Back? It’s almost summer. A few weeks ago, you stopped by the local big box store to purchase weed and feed for the lawn.
Once Oxalis has flowered it can heavily produce seeds in the spring and summer but can also continue producing seeds all season long.
Early prevention is key to a weed infestation during the growing season, it’s very important to make sure you’re using the correct weed control t do so.
This article will help you understand how crabgrass grows so you can take the necessary steps to prevent it from taking over your lawn.
North and South Carolina in recent years have begun to see winter annual weeds like crabgrass begin to surface as early as mid-February.
Find out which pre-emergent treatment is best for your Bermudagrass lawn during the Fall and exactly when to apply it. Read the article now!
Crabgrass is an opportunistic annual weed that will grow in the thin and bare spots in your lawn. Read the tips to kill crabgrass in the fall.
Nutsedges are perennial weeds in the sedge family and superficially resemble grasses. Yellow and purple nutsedge are summer perennial grass-like weeds.