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Weed Identification Photos

Featured seasonal weeds: Spring l Summer l Fall

Important Tips for Weed Control

  • Identify the weed! And learn about its life cycle. This will help in control.
  • Minimize soil disturbance. Digging and cultivating brings weed seeds to the surface and when exposed to light they will germinate.
  • Do not let weeds flower and go to seed. At minimum cut them back or use a string trimmer.
  • Pull weeds when the soil is moist. This will make the job easier!
  • Cover bare soil with mulch or groundcovers. Bare soil is an invitation for weeds to move in.
  • Glyphosate (Roundup®) Information and Alternatives for Weed Management

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Weed Identification Photos Featured seasonal weeds : Spring l Summer l Fall Important Tips for Weed Control Identify the weed! And learn about its life cycle. This will help in