Hidden Menace

Sometimes, the most attractive part of your landscape can be what isn’t there. The absence of crabgrass and other annual weeds makes for an amazing lawn. Seeing that those invaders never have a chance to show themselves can be quite a challenge.

Sprouting from seed each year, crabgrass quickly puts down roots and develops into a variety of unsightly clumps of stalky stems with grasping leaves. A single crabgrass plant can produce between 2,000 and 4,000 seeds in just one year. That’s why it’s so important to stop this problem before it really gets started.


The trouble with controlling crabgrass is that it does a great job of hiding itself. In the spring, there is rarely any sign of crabgrass at all.

If your lawn is left untreated, the coming of hot weather calls crabgrass into action when your turf is struggling the most. Before you know it, your lawn will be under attack, with crabgrass edging your turf out for control.

Virtually every lawn has some crabgrass or annual weed waiting for the right conditions to sprout and spread. The very best cure is prevention; one or more treatments in the spring and early summer should keep this invader out of your lawn.

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