Blog posts tagged with "weeds"
If cogongrass has invaded your turf, then you need to take aggressive action before it spreads. Tiling or digging out the grassy weed can be an option; however, you can run the additional risk of spreading the rhizomes and increasing the invasion.
A broadleaf perennial that is one of the most difficult to control and persistent weeds in landscapes and crops. Its strong root and rhizome system prevents the possibility of removing the weed through cultivation, and in most cases, it actually makes the infestation worse.
Spotted spurge (Euphorbia maculate) is a summer annual weed with a taproot that is native to the Eastern United States. It’s often found to invade crops, gardens, trees, citrus, turf, ornamental beds, fields in sidewalk cracks and thin lawns. It thrives in poor, compacted soil and generally in unshaded areas and grows in mats which will choke out turfgrasses.