The Q&A Archives: Bad plants on grass

Question: I moved to my new home three months ago and I was not able to eliminate some plants are growing in between the grass. I heard there is a product that eliminate the plant without any damage on the grass. Could you please help me please?

Answer: The answer to your question really depends upon the weeds in question. It might be easiest to simply dig out the plants, roots and all. Or, you can use a weed and feed lawn product which will effectively kill the weeds in the lawn. If you go to the garden center you will see a poster with common lawn weeds. Find the weeds on the poster and then use the product recommended on the poster. This should help you eliminate the weeds in your lawn.

Good luck with your landscape.

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