Broadleaf Weeds

July 11, 2017

Top Links – Weeds & Weed Control

Research some of the top online lawn care resources for weed control including picture directories, Q&A’s, and research from experts around the country.   View Link Guides […]
February 18, 2016

Wild Radish

Wild raddish is common in Georgia and is so durable that you can find it across the country. This invansive species can cause prolems and is difficult to deal with
February 18, 2016

Wild Carrot

The wild carrot, which is also known as daucus carota and Queen Anne’s lace, is from the Apiaceae family. This flowering plant is originally from Europe and […]
February 18, 2016

White Clover

Although most weeds are annoying problems, some weeds also receive some love from the home owners. Some weeds, especially the broadleaf variety, can display really beautiful […]
February 18, 2016

Velvetleaf

Velvetleaf (abutilon theophrasti ), otherwise known as buttonweed, is a South Asian plant which is part of the Malvaceae family. It is an annual plant that grows […]
February 18, 2016

Sweet Clover

Weeds are an annoying problem every homeowner faces. Both grassy and broadleaf variety of weeds can infest yards and turfs but, the broadleaf variety is the […]
February 18, 2016

Sunflower

Many broadleaf weeds bear some bright and beautiful flowers that can mislead a homeowner into thinking that the plant is harmless. However, the reality can’t be […]
February 18, 2016

Stinging Nettle

The stinging nettle (urtica dioica) is one of the most fascinating weeds found throughout Europe and North America. It is extremely common and familiar to most […]
February 18, 2016

Sow Thistle

Sow thistle is an annual broadleaf weed that is often confused with the dandelion. Residents of Canton usually see them emerge in the spring and early summer and they can be easily eliminated
February 18, 2016

Shepherd’s Purse

Shepard’s purse has a pretty wide growing season, and it’s a biennial plant that reproduces by seed and spores after soil temperatures fall below 60 degrees […]
February 18, 2016

Scarlet Pimpernel

Scarlet pimpernel is actually, dare we say it, one of the better looking weeds out there. Its symetrical flowers might look pretty for a few days but you will want to rid them of your lawn eventually
February 17, 2016

Purslane

Purslane is a creeping, widely distributed weed that can grow in a varietly of soil conditions. Considered a vegtable in parts some parts of the world this weed is an invasive species in Cumming
February 17, 2016

Prickly Lettuce

Prickly lettuce is the closest relative of the edible lettuce you buy in stores. In Dunwoody we usually see prickly lettuce in the perimeter of lawns because lawn mowing is enough to kill it
February 17, 2016

Pennsylvania Smartweed

Pennsylvania smartweed is a native weed that is loved by ducks for food. It has a beautiful color that ranges from white to pink. If your lawn is invaded by this species of weed it is recommended
February 17, 2016

Mustard

Mustard might sound like a nice condiment to put on food but in your turf grass it is just an unsightly weed. A Comprehensive year-round weed control program will provide everything you need to keep this weed at bay
February 17, 2016

Mayweed

Anthemis cotula is a common weed that is also known as mayweed. This weed is a flowering annual that has a very strong odor. This odor is […]
February 17, 2016

Marestail

Marestail, aka horseweed, is a native annual weed that has invaded the far corners of the world. It has evolved to become immune to some leading weed control products but a good year-round
February 17, 2016

Ladysthumb

Ladysthumb is distinguished by its pink and red florets that grow as inch-long buds. Lawns that grow in soils rich in lime rarely experience this weed, so lime supplementation provides weed control
February 17, 2016

Henbit

Henbit is an important source of nectar and pollen for honeybees during the early spring season. This weed has spread around the world and can be found throughout Milton and the North Georgiia area
February 17, 2016

Fleabane

Fleabane is a favorite food of many insects who end up spreading the weed rapidly. This weed resembles the daisy with its flower head and can be found around the Woodstock area in the spring

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