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For questions about controlling weed growth with minimal effort.

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If this was a lawn, I would suggest a weed spray. There are weed sprays from Ortho and Spectracide that will kill weeds without harming grass. Note that this is different than something like Roundup …
answered May 2 '11 by myron-semack
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My yard when I bought the house a had a thistle problem. Started as a few at the corner of the lot, and eventually started to sprout up in a line down the yard (like a tank column). Some were >1ft i …
answered Jun 24 '11 by myron-semack
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If clover is taking over your yard, it is usually a sign that you are mowing too low. Around here (Pennsylvania), clover stays pretty low to the ground. If you keep your grass 3" or taller, it will …
answered Jun 24 '11 by myron-semack
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For killing weeds in an established lawn, a Weed Spray is usually the easiest way. A weed spray kills weeds without harming grass (provided the grass is healthy). I've had good luck with Spectracide …
answered May 12 '11 by myron-semack
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Since a lot of lawn care questions are popping up, here is my attempt to condense all of the basic lawn care advice I have come across. (I'm trying to update this as I think of things or learn more.) …
answered May 12 '11 by myron-semack