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Name: Trevor Bergman
Indianapolis, Indiana
Mirlynn007
Jun 5, 2020 6:33 PM CST
I just had a new concrete patio poured. Afterwards I had topsoil delivered to fill in around the new patio. After planting new grass and it starting to fill in nicely, I am seeing all sorts of strange weeds popping up all around in the newly planted area. It sort of looks like poison ivy but most of the leaves seem to be growing in pairs not in 3's. I have been trying to identify what it is so I can carefully target the appropriate herbicide to address it without killing all my new grass. I really don't want to burn it all down with glyphosate and start all over again. Can someone please help identify this for me? Thanks in advance.
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DaisyI
Jun 5, 2020 6:57 PM CST
I think you have tree seeds sprouting in your new lawn.
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Paul2032
Jun 5, 2020 7:00 PM CST
No need to worry. Just mow the lawn and the tree seedlings will disappear.
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Name: Trevor Bergman
Indianapolis, Indiana
Mirlynn007
Jun 8, 2020 8:29 AM CST
Thanks a bunch for the replies! I will keep mowing as usual and stay away from any treatments for a while and see what happens.

Thanks again!!!! I tip my hat to you. Hurray! Thank You!

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