Every year in early March it seems I have a ton of henbit, (lamium amplexicaule), in my yard (Southern US, zone 7, bermuda grass). Not just around the edges, it's all over the yard. By May/June it dies off, but it amazes me that the yards next to mine don't have the same "infestation" of the weed. I end up being the first house around me having to mow to cut it down and make the lawn look presentable.
The local various lawn services say they can get rid of it and make my lawn beautiful, but I'm still not willing to pay $55/application for something that I can probably do myself for $25.
Is there a proven method that I can use to get rid of henbit fast and not see them ever again?