Common lawn weeds include dandelion, chickweed, crabgrass and white clover. Controlling these weeds involves application of chemical or natural herbicides at specific times during their growth for optimal results. More »

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There is no single weed killer that is best for all lawns due to the varying types of weeds and grass that can be present. There are three types of lawn weeds, each require a different type of herbicide. There are also t... More »

To identify common Texas lawn weeds, observe key characteristics of the weeds in question. The most common Texas lawn weeds are Russian knapweed, Ailanthus, garlic mustard, and cheat grass. Lawn weeds spread quickly and ... More »

A dandelion removal tool, also known as a dandelion weeder, enables a user to remove dandelions and other weeds from a garden or yard at the root. With this tool, a user can remove dandelions while standing, avoiding str... More »

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Homemade remedies for ridding a lawn of crabgrass include scalding the weed with boiling water and applying solutions of salt, vinegar or bleach. All these methods kill regular grass and other plants as well as the crabg... More »

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Killing oxalis in a lawn requires an aggressive approach of pulling weeds as soon as they appear, using a pre-emergent herbicide and spraying any remaining plants with a weed killer. You must perform these actions consis... More »

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To reduce the amount of weeds growing in a lawn, encourage the grass to grow in thicker so it crowds out undesired plants. Watering often, applying fertilizer and mowing higher helps the grass become more dense. Remove a... More »

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