Weed Identification Index

Common North Texas Broadleaf Weeds

Broadleaf Weeds



Grassy Weeds

Many grassy-type weeds can be controlled by a pre-emergent herbicide if applied at the right time of the year. Our customers can be assured that this specially-timed application will be applied at just the right time for the best results.

Hard to Control Texas Lawn Weeds Grassy-type Weeds

BLUE STEM

The only way to control this weed is by pulling it after a good rain/watering. Getting the roots will keep this weed from returning. This is the best way to eliminate it without harming the established turf. Unfortunately, there is no pre/postemergent to control this weed.

SAND BURS

The only way to control this weed is by pulling it after a good rain/watering. Getting the roots will help to keep this weed from returning. That being said, the seed head of this weed can live in your soil for several years and there is no pre/post emergent to control, pulling them up is your only option.


DALLISGRASS

Like BlueStem, the only way to control this weed is by digging it after a good rain/watering. Dallisgrass thrives in a drought lawn. So, watering on a regular basis helps prevent this weed from thriving, it also has an extremely long root base making it challenging to controlling but it can be done This is the best way to eliminate this weed without harming the established turf. Unfortunately, there is no pre/post emergent to control this weed, digging them up is your only option.

NUTSEDGE

Treating this weed works, however to control it takes 4-6 weeks. Nutsedge grows in areas that are frequently wet, due to access rain or leaky sprinkler heads or valves. It is a double edge sword, we want the free water from rain but not the nutsedge.

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