If you’ve had a history of winter annual weeds in your lawn, the best option is to apply a preemergence herbicide during October. But, winter annual lawn weeds don’t exist yet. They are in the form of seeds now.
Understanding this ... READ MORE
Temperatures in Northeast Florida are on a roller coaster mode right now with colder temperatures starting to set in. It is time to start focusing on bothersome weeds we are starting to see in the winter months.
What weeds are bothersome
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Wild Radish is often seen in pastures and hay fields during the winter and spring months. Wild Radish can be very difficult to eliminate if allowed to reproduce and become established. This plant produces many seeds that can ... READ MORE
Thistles can quickly get out of hand if left alone. Each Thistle is capable of producing 4,000 seeds during its life cycle. In Florida, there are nine species of Thistle, but control recommendations are the same for each species. ... READ MORE
Fireweed (Urtica chamaedryoides) is a winter annual plant that is seen in many pastures of North Florida. It goes by a few other names such as Heartleaf Nettle and Stinging Nettle. This native pasture weed ... READ MORE
Despite the fact that winter annual weeds are not currently growing, we are approaching the best time to prevent them from being seen in our North Florida lawns.
Common winter annual weeds include annual bluegrass (Poa annua), ... READ MORE
While the warm season weeds are going to seed and the turf grasses are moving towards dormancy, winter weeds are just getting started. Visit our Lawn section to read more about it...Winter Weeds Vetch