Common Winter Weeds
As the cooler temperatures roll in, you’re most likely hoping you’ve seen the last of the common weeds in your yard. The summer annual weeds will die, but unfortunately the perennial weeds, like dollarweed, will stay.
With the rainy season behind us, you may think you need to make up for the absence of showers, but dollarweed thrives in wet conditions that may be caused by overwatering. It’s important to have a professional that can help control your landscape weeds and prescribe proper irrigation. The professionals at Massey Services will ensure your lawn is receiving the correct amount of water and can help to control any winter weeds that may begin to invade your lawn and landscape, like winter annual broadleaf weeds.
Winter annual broadleaf weeds thrive in the cool temperatures. While these common weeds die naturally when it warms up, they are problematic during the winter creating competition for the turf you want on your lawn.
This is the last month to apply a pre-emergence herbicide in order for it to be effective before the winter annual weeds sprout. A thick healthy lawn maintained through proper nutrition and proper watering and mowing is important. Please contact the experts at Massey Services for a free landscape inspection. They’ll build a a customized plan to keep your lawn and landscape looking its very best year-round and to help prevent winter weeds.