Crabgrass is a nasty and common weed grass that is difficult to kill and keep from coming back the next season. Crabgrass thrives in full sun and high temperatures and dies at the end of the year. Scotts Miracle-Gro desc... More »

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Remove crabgrass effectively by pulling it up by hand and sowing grass seed or placing sod over the area. Keep crabgrass away by watering and maintaining your lawn well. You need a spade, mulch, and grass seed or sod. More »

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Use lawn fertilizer that increases nitrogen levels to prevent clover from spreading in your lawn. Clover is a perennial weed commonly found in lawns and fields with low nitrogen levels. 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 »

Creeping bent grass, often used on golf greens, is highly invasive in lawns. It reproduces from pieces of grass deposited from lawn mowers and seeds, which travel in irrigation water or as impurities in lawn grass seed. ... More »

Grub treatments can end up saving lawns, because grub infestations often destroy the root systems for grass, leaving behind a spongy area with no connection to the soil beneath. Signs that grub treatment is necessary inc... More »

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Newly hydroseeded lawns require the same type care as any newly seeded grass. For the first two weeks, water the hyrdroseeded area two to three times daily, then reduce watering to once daily until the first mowing. The ... More »

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