Published on Wednesday, December 15, 2021
Winter annual weeds germinate in the fall, survive the winter season, and grow actively in the spring, spreading thousands of seeds. They die in late spring before starting their life cycle once again in the fall. Common winter annual weeds in Indiana include catchweed bedstraw, henbit, deadnettle, prickly lettuce, and others.
Applying weed control treatments in the fall and spring will effectively prevent them from wreaking havoc on your turf. Keep reading to learn more about winter...
Published on Wednesday, April 28, 2021
As responsible homeowners, it's good practice to be proactive and vigilant when looking out for our lawn. Being
vigilant could mean pulling out unsightly weeds whenever we see them because we think that is the best option to stop
them from growing further. However, some weed species, like yellow nutsedge and wild violet, are stubborn, and pulling
them could just trigger more growth. This is because some weeds reproduce through their root system that is activated
Published on Tuesday, February 23, 2021
If you ever hear your green thumb neighbor and landscaping company referencing pre-emergent weed control and wonder
what in the world that even is, you're not the only one. Pre-emergent weed control is a treatment that's
used to help prevent weeds from invading lawns and landscapes. It's a tried and true practice for lawn care
professionals and gardeners. You may be wary about its purpose and wonder if it's even worth adding to your
routine lawn care.