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Diamond Hoes for Weed Control

Crabgrass or Tall Fescue

Controlling Groundivy and Other Broadleaf Lawn Weeds

Controlling Vine-Like Weeds

Glove-in-Glove Technique for Controlling Weeds in Your Garden

Questions of the Week

Lawn and Garden Weed Control

The combination of wild violets, creeping veronica and dandelions is quite pretty. Too bad they're in the middle of a lawn!As you've probably read or heard at some point in your gardening experience, a weed is simply "any plant growing where it's not wanted."

With this definition in mind, a dandelion growing in the middle of an otherwise perfectly manicured lawn could certainly qualify as a weed, unless . . . . . , you just moved into the home and had a particular fondness for dandelions?

Groundivy is probably the number one weed menace in Central New York lawns.If that were the case, the millions of perfectly manicured Kentucky bluegrass, fine-leaf fescue and perennial ryegrass plants in the lawn might be "weeds?"

In other words, which plants are weeds and which aren't can often be a matter of personal preference.

So, depending upon which plants annoy you the most, you may find the information behind the links at right to be helpful, or maybe not?