2-4D, dicamba, and mcpp for the most part, we only treat as needed.
The only prevention is the pre-e crabgrass control, and the fertilizer
helps turf density..less room for weeds.
They make a decent product, liquid weed control works a lot
better than the dry. If you continue to have vining weed
problems such as ground ivy, try some liquid weed b gone
from Ortho. It sticks to the weeds -much- better.
Some of those 'hard to kills' have a wax cuticle, so the weed
and feed powder falls off.
Since you're concerned about chemicals, I would not use the Scotts
fertilizer/weed killer which goes over the entire lawn. For a
reasonable size lawn, you can use a 2 gal tank sprayer with a weed
killer like Weed B Gone and just spot treat the weeds. Once you have
a good lawn, it's hard for weeds to get established and occasional
spot treatment is all you need. That will minimize the amount of
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Thanks, folks, for your insightful advice!
I think I'll try Weed B Gone on a dense patch of Ground Ivy and keep the
baby away from that area. Then I'll see how effective it is and proceed
first of all here's a link for you..
what worked for me was a combination attack. Broadleaf weed killer, bend
over and pluck the stuff-comes up pretty easy.., mow a little higher to
block out the sun.., fertilize and water the grass to make it strong,
healthy and "take over" the creeping charlie,moneywort or ground ivy. I
had quite an infestation earlier this year with about maybe 1or 2%
remaining in my bermuda (memphis) lawn.
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