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Dandelion

How to get rid of Dandelions

Dandelions are one of the most recognized weeds in the world. Everyone at some point has dealt with dandelions, whether that was blowing the seeds away or looking down in frustration because it has become an eyesore that you just can't get rid of. Here are some quick identifying features and treatment options for dandelions.

Characteristics

  • cool season perennial 
  • bright yellow flowers produced in early spring
  • yellow flowers are replaced by white seedheads around the size of golf balls
  • lobed leaves
  • dormant in summer

Treatment


Selective

Non-Selective

  • spot treatment is recommended
  • only treat the target areas
  • only spray vegetation that you want to eliminate
  • look for products that contain dicamba, 2, 4-D or any 3-way product
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  1. Monterey Spurge Power - 8 oz

    Starting at: $19.50

    Monterey's Spurge Power combines three active ingredients (MCPA - 56.4%, Triclopyr Acid - 5.0%, Dicamba Acid - 3.6%) as a powerful combination for post-emergent control of such broad leaf weeds as Spurge, Clover, Dandelions, Oxalis, Creeping Charlie on residential lawns. Learn More
  2. Remedy Ultra Herbicide

    Remedy Ultra Herbicide with triclopyr 60.45% is an emulsifiable and oil-soluble herbicide. Remedy Ultra provides long-term brush control and is flexible. It is ideal for pasture restoration and fence line maintenance and for small tree and selective brush control. It controls more than 35 brush species, plus some significant annual and perennial broadleaf weeds. Remedy Ultra may be applied to rangelands, permanent grass pastures, conservation reserve program (CPR) acres including fence rows and non-irrigation ditches.

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  3. Quinclorac 1.5 L

    Quinclorac 1.5 L with Quinclorac 17.79% is comparable to Drive XLR8 herbicide with 18.92% and is an excellent crabgrass killer. It is a post-emergent, selective herbicide that is superior in crabgrass control. It also treats a broad variety of other grasses and broadleaf weeds. It may be applied in residential or non-residential areas, parks, golf courses, athletic fields and many more locations.

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  4. Dismiss Herbicide

    Starting at: $88.85

    Dismiss Herbicide, by FMC is a selective, post-emergent herbicide. It has shown to work faster than Certainty, Sedgehammer or Monument. Dismiss Herbicide is one of the best herbicides for sedge weed control in residential and commercial turf. Troublesome sedges such as green kylinga and yellow nutsedge are knocked out with visible results from one to two days. It not only attacks the surface of the weeds but better yet, gets into the soil to penetrate the sedge tubers. This penetrating soil action helps to prevent additional outbreaks of sedges. It is also labeled for the control or suppression on over 45 broadleaf weeds and grasses.

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  5. Quali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide
    $0.00

    Out of stock

    Quali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide is discontinued. We suggest:MSN Turf or Fahrenheit .

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  6. Katana Herbicide

    Katana Turf Herbicide is a selective herbicide that controls a broad range of broadleaf weeds in zoysiagrass, buffalo grasses, bermudagrass, centipedegrass, seashore paspalum and other warm-season turfgrass. It is noted for its removal of overseeded cool-season grasses as well as control of perennial and annual grasses and sedges.

    It excels in the removal of Poa annua, clumpy ryegrass, ryegrass, tall fescue, and annual ryegrass in warm season turf. Katana's label covers the control of 55 sedges, grassy, and broadleaf weeds. With such a broad spectrum of control, it is an excellent option for golf and commercial landscape maintenance in warm-season turf.

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  7. Crossbow Herbicide

    Crossbow Herbicide has two active ingredients, 2,4-D - 34.4% and Triclopyr - 16.5% for use of unwanted woody plants. Crossbow Herbicide provides excellent control of woody plants and brushes such as poison oak without harming grasses. It is a selective, post-emergent herbicide, which also provides control of annual and perennial broadleaf weeds. There are no grazing restrictions, except lactating dairy animals, and it is rain fast within two hours. Learn More
  8. Bonide Chickweed, Clover and Oxalis Killer Concentrate-Pt 061

    Starting at: $18.65

    Bonide's Chickweed, Clover, and Oxalis Killer has a combination of three different active ingredients. This powerful systemic herbicide kills clover, chickweed, knotweed, cocklebur, oxalis, thistle, plantain and many other species of broadleaf weeds. Bonide's Chickweed, Clover, and Oxalis Killer Concentrate, #061 covers 5,000 square feet.

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  9. EndRun Herbicide (Trimec)

    Starting at: $79.95

    End Run's formulation with Trimec has a pre-loaded surfactant that improves the plant uptake, increasing the spreading on leaf surfaces for accuracy in application Learn More
  10. Solitare Herbicide
    $137.95

    Solitare Herbicide is a powerful selective post-emergent herbicide which controls broadleaf weeds, annual grasses, and sedges. It is labeled for control and suppression of over 60 weed varieties in both cool season and warm season grasses

    Solitare Herbicide reduces the capability of weed reproduction for the current season. It also decreases weed populations in the seasons that follow by impacting the viability of the seeds. All of this is accomplished while providing an excellent margin of safety for desirable turfgrasses.

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