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This program consists of seven treatments, April through October, where a barrier spray is applied to minimize mosquito activity.
A granular fertilizer is applied once per year, in the spring, as it lasts a full growing season.
Shrub Bed Weed Control
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This preventative is applied early in the year to help reduce lacebug infestation.
Lambsquarters is a very fast-growing annual with seeds that are small and light enough to be blown by the wind over short distances and can sometimes survive for decades in the soil. Under favorable conditions, these weeds can establish themselves quickly and spread profusely.
Is Buckhorn Plantain Edible?
1. Bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis)
If Canada thistle becomes rooted, the best control is to stress the plant and force it to use stored root nutrients. It’s at its weakest during the flowering stage in summertime; this is a good time to begin cultivation and destroy the roots and rootstock. One season of cultivation followed by a season of growing competitive crops such as winter rye, will go a long way toward eradication.
The reason Creeping Charlie is so challenging is the way it spreads—by both seeds and by creeping stems (called stolons) that grow along the ground. If you try to dig it out and leave behind a fragment of rhizome (root), even a tiny piece can grow up as a new plant!
—Kat in Leesburg Virginia