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 »

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 »

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