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
Auburn – weed identification guide.
Clemson – provides access to research for dozens of common weeds and topics.
Cornell – a great lawn weed directory.
DIY Network – tips on how to deal with weeds.
Fine Gardening – tips about dealing with weeds in gardens without using herbicides.
Landscape Management – A+ ‘Weed Watch’ from Dow AgroSciences.
LSU Ag Center – up to date site of weed control advice, herbicide recommendations, and more.
Michigan St. – directory of weeds from the Michigan State staff.
Michigan St. – another directory of weeds from the school.
Monsanto – directory of products from one of the largest weed control manufacturers.
National Gardening Association – directory of lawn weeds.
NC State – large directory of weeds common in the North Carolina region.
NC State – interesting directory of weeds, sedges, and grasses.
Penn St. – a great directory of weeds that is loaded with information.
Preen Weed ID Gallery – a well done picture directory of weeds found throughout the United States.
Royal Horticultural Society – lawn weed resources and directory.
Rutgers – lawn weed guide and informative resources.
The Family Handyman – some interesting tips and advice to deal with weeds.
The Pond Guy – interesting information about weeds that are found around bodies of water.
U of Arizona – review an old-school directory of weeds.
U of Arkansas – turfgrass weed control database.
U Cal – a well done weed identification and photo directory.
U of FL – a weed directory.
UK – lawn weed guide.
U Mass – a large directory of lawn weeds.
U of Maryland – lawn weed identification.
U of Missouri – a well done directory of weeds.
U of Nebraska – weed guide and informative research.
U of Tennessee – research a picture directory of weeds.
Virginia Tech – weed identification guide.
Walter Reeves – a variety of broadleaf weed, grassy weed, and weed control information and advice from “The Georgia Gardener”.