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Canadian Thistle

Getting Rid of Canadian ThistleThis is a page about getting rid of Canadian thistle. This invasive weed is common in North America and very difficult to get rid of.

 

Getting Rid of Oxalis

Getting Rid of OxalisThis page is about getting rid of oxalis. Also known as common woodsorrel, oxalis is not too difficult to eradicate.

 

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Wild Buttercup Photos and InformationThe wild buttercup is a member of the ranunculus genus. There are several different varieties, often with yellow flowers. They all typically contain, acrid protoanemonin glycoside oil to some extent. Thus they are listed as poisonous. There are some known pharmacological uses. They are considered an invasive weed in gardens.

 

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Getting Rid of Mallow Weeds?Part of the same family as okra, cotton, and hibiscus, the common mallow can be very invasive in gardens and lawns. Because of its deep tap root and spreading growth habit it can be a challenge to eradicate. This is a page about getting rid of mallow weeds.

 

Dandelions in Grass

More Dandelions Than LawnDandelions are an invasive species that is notorious for taking over unhealthy lawns. There are several ways to reduce or eradicate them from your lawn. This is a page about remedy for more dandelions than lawn.

 

Clover

Getting Rid of CloverThis page is about getting rid of clover. Sometimes this legume is growing in your lawn or garden where you don't want it.

 

Water Hyacinth Plants

Getting Rid of Water Hyacinth Plants?This page is about getting rid of water hyacinth plants. This aquatic weed can take over a pond.

 

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Getting Rid of DandelionsThis is a page about getting rid of dandelions. Dandelions can be a real nuisance around the yard. Getting rid of them can be quite a chore but your yard will look much nicer afterward.

 

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Can I Leave Wild Strawberry Plants in Vegetable Garden?I have just raked my veggie garden out so that I can start planting soon. I discovered that under all those leaves and pine needles I have lots of wild strawberries growing. If I leave them and plant my veggies, will they bother the veggies at all?

 

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Control of Broadleaf Weeds in the LawnA well maintained lawn is an integral part of an attractive home landscape. Unfortunately, dandelion, plantain, and other perennial broadleaf weeds can become problems.

 

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Getting Rid of Clover?How do I get rid of clover?

 

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Getting Rid of Water Hyacinths?How do I kill hyacinth lilies? They have taken over our 5 acre pond! We've tried everything! Please help.

 

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Killing Thistle in a Pasture?How can I kill thistle in my horse pasture?

 

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Killing Knapp Weed?"Knapp Weed" is an invasive species, and hard to get rid of. I would like to know if anyone has an idea for killing it.

 

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Getting Rid of Dandelions?These homemade recipes and tips sound great but I do not want to kill the lawn tried to get rid of dandelions last season and had dinner plate size dead patches in my lawn which had to be reseeded...

 

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Getting Rid of Water Hyacinth?How do I get rid of water hyacinth?

 

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