Black Medic Weed

Black Medic Weed Identification (+ how to kill it in lawns)

When you’ve worked hard to cultivate the perfect lawn there’s nothing worse than an unsightly weed creeping into your yard. Most common weeds can be easily identified. But there are some, like Black Medic, that blend right in and disguise themselves as something more common. In today’s article I will be discussing everything you need to know about Black Medic weed. I’ll explain what it is, how to identify Black Medic, why it may be a threat to your lawn, and most importantly – how to get rid of Black Medic weeds on your property.

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How to Get Rid of Nutsedge

How to Get Rid of Nutsedge in Your Lawn

Caring for your lawn is rewarding, but it can be hard work too. It is time consuming, and requires a good amount of money, maintenance, and manpower. Needless to say, after all that hard work, a homeowner’s worst nightmare is pesky weeds that put all of their hard work to waste. And while there are many different types of weeds, Nutsedge is one of the most troublesome. Today I will be going over everything you need to know about Nutsedge. I’ll tell you what it is, how to identify and prevent it, and I’ll share how to get rid of Nutsedge in your lawn (a few different methods).

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What are the Weeds with Purple Flowers Called

What are the Weeds with Purple Flowers Called?

Who doesn’t like pretty purple flowers? In their proper place, purple flowers and the plants that produce them are lovely. However, when they start to over-run your lawn or crowd out the plants in your garden, these purple flowering plants become weeds. To complicate the issue, a number of weeds have purple flowers, so identifying what you’re dealing with in your lawn or garden can be tricky. If you’re asking “What are the weeds with purple flowers called?” I’ve got you. Today I’ll introduce you to the 4 most common weeds with purple-colored flowers and help you understand how to control and eliminate them from your lawn and landscape.

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How to Get Rid of Dandelions

How to Get Rid of Dandelions (and feel like a hero)

Are dandelions becoming a big problem in your yard? If so, you are probably eager to find out how you should deal with this unsightly issue. After all, this weed is never something that you should leave in place. It can be detrimental to your lawn and will detract from the beauty of your property. Today I’ll tell you how to get rid of dandelions in your lawn and share some tips for how you can keep this pesky weed from coming back.

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How to Kill Crabgrass Naturally

How to Kill Crabgrass Naturally (and keep your grass)

If you have your own lawn, there is a strong chance that you occasionally need to deal with crabgrass. After all, you want to keep your property looking pristine. Crabgrass is an annual weed that can quickly smother your turfgrass, so there are steps you need to take every year to block and remove crabgrass. In this article I’ll explain how to kill crabgrass naturally without killing your lawn or laying down harmful chemicals.

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How to Get Rid of Mushrooms in Yard

How to Get Rid of Mushrooms in Yard Once and for All

Mushrooms are interesting (and sometimes tasty), but when it comes to mushrooms in your yard, they aren’t that fun(gi). Sorry, had to! Mushrooms can be an eyesore in an otherwise lush green lawn. They are a byproduct of something happening below the soil surface, so it can be frustrating trying to figure out how to get rid of mushrooms in yard areas. Thankfully, more often than not, mushrooms are relatively harmless and most types of lawn fungi don’t create disease.

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Moss in Lawn

Moss in Lawn: The Ultimate Guide to Remove it and Make Sure it Never Comes Back

Moss is one of nature’s indelible beings. It’s a primitive species that hasn’t changed much in the 400 million years since dinosaurs roamed the earth. Its simplicity makes it incredibly resilient, which is why you’ll find moss growing almost anywhere, even today. It grows on soil, trees, rocks, and even in urban settings on concrete and asphalt. Moss has unique ecological properties that allow it to grow alongside grasses and in many places inhospitable to them. If you find you have moss in lawn grass or taking over your landscape, I’ll tell you how to diagnose problems in your soil, eliminate it, or why you may want to consider simply accepting mossy areas in your landscape.

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