Weed and Feed Application
Our weed and feed application is designed to target most broadleaf weeds found in southern lawns. At the same time, this application will feed the desirable turf with a nitrogen rich fertilizer.
So what are broadleaf weeds?
A broadleaf weed as any weed that doesn't look like a blade of grass. They fall under a category of plants called dicots. This means they have two sets of leaves that emerge from the seed coat after germination. Some examples of broadleaf weeds are: clovers, dollar weeds, virginia button weed, carpet weed, oxalis, and many more.
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