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Black medic
Carpetweed
Knotweed
Lespedeza
Oxalis (yellow wood sorrel)
Prostrate spurge
Purslane
Mallow
Common chickweed
Corn speedwell (Veronica)
Dead nettle
Henbit
Shepherd’s purse
Broadleaf and curly dock
Broadleaf and buckhorn plantain
Canada thistle
Common cinquefoil
Creeping oxalis
Creeping speedwell (Veronica)
Chicory
Dandelion
Ground ivy or creeping Charlie
Indian strawberry
Mouse-ear chickweed
Sheep or red sorrel
White clover
Wild garlic and wild onion
Wild strawberry
Wild violet
Yarrow
Crabgrass
Foxtail
Goosegrass
Wild carrot
Bull thistle*
Winter Annual Grass Weeds
Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua L)
Bermuda or wiregrass
Creeping bentgrass
Dallisgrass
Nimblewill
Orchardgrass
Quackgrass
Roughstalk bluegrass
Tall fescue
Weed Control

Managing lawn weeds is a concern for many homeowners. When faced with a weed problem, homeowners
need to look closely at the entire lawn care picture. Studied show that weeds are not prevalent in a dense, healthy,vigorously growing lawn. Care of your lawn should be your first priority. Remember: weeds are opportunistic. Weed seeds germinate best in thin, weak stands of grass. Millions of weed seeds may exist in the soil. Most of these seeds do not germinate or are “eaten” by soil insects and microorganisms.However, when conditions are right for germination, a weed infestation can begin.   As you will see below many cultural practices (Lawn Installation, Mowing, Watering, and Fertilizing) recommenced and is the first step in controlling weeds
Many common cool season lawn weeds include:
Broadleaf Weeds
Perennial Broadleaf Weeds
Winter Annual Broadleaf Weeds
Perennial Grass Weeds
Biennial Broadleaf Weeds
Grassy Weeds