(By Jared Hoyle, KSU Turfgrass Research and Extension)
As I look back through blog posts from Spring time in previous years, I notice a repeated theme – Crabgrass, Knotweed and Wild Garlic.
So instead of “reinventing the wheel this year” and writing a new blog post I am going to post previous years posts for these weeds. There is lots of great information about these weeds and how to control them. (Links to information below the photograph.)
This way I can focus on adding a weed to this list that is become more and more persistent in Kansas. (Stay tuned!)
Always remember to READ THE LABEL for the correct rate, turfgrass tolerance, and specific instructions before application!!!
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