It kills common listed weeds, plus that annoying scourge of the southern lawn: dollarweed!
It's tough on weeds, but will not harm your lawn when used as directed. Plus it's rainproof in one hour.
Don't let bugs and weeds prevent you from enjoying your lawn, backyard and other outdoor areas.
These blood suckers prefer tall grass and open spaces, where they lay in wait for passing victims.
Mosquitoes are more than annoying. They can also cause the West Nile virus. Luckily, it's easy to reduce their numbers inside and around your home.
Fleas from your lawn can hitch a ride on pets and invade your home. Give them nowhere to hide.
A large infestation of army worms can completely defoliate a lawn in a few days.
There are many kinds of beetles, some are beneficial and some do serious damage to plants.
If your grass looks parched and dead despite your best efforts, this elusive pest could be the cause.
Also known as leather jackets, these hungry larvae can turn your lawn into a patchy, pasty mess.
Mole crickets can be twice as long as their singing cousins - and their tunneling can ruin your lawn.
If you see spots of brown grass and birds pecking at your lawn, you could be facing a cutworm infestation.
Watch out for these tiny pests - they can be aggressive and dangerous if their nests are threatened.
Early summer beetles can leave behind their hungry grubs to feast on your grass in the late summer.
This annual weed can form thick, dense mats that crowd out the plants you want in your lawn.
This relative of spinach can be considered a delicacy on a dinner plate or an annoying weed. You decide.
Lawn weeds can make you feel lousy. Get tips about which weeds are the worst offenders and what you can do.
Clover performs well in nitrogen - depleted soil, so keeping your lawn well fed can help keep it from coming back.
Also known as ground ivy, this perennial, evergreen creeper loves moist, shady areas in your lawn.
Here are 4 strategies to help you quickly and cleanly conquer these destructive rodents.
This broad-leafed, invasive weed is listed as a noxious (harmful) weed in every state where it's found.
Because of deep roots, hand pulling isn't enough to keep this stubborn weed from coming back every spring.
Hate annual grassy weeds like crabgrass? Follow this easy plan to make your lawn less inviting to them.
This aggressive weed looks like pale grass. Deep roots give it an advantage, but here's how to beat it.
By summer's end, this grass like weed leaves behind big, brown patches. Here's how to prevent it in your lawn.
This summer annual can leave thousands of seeds behind to sprout next spring. Early action is key.
These common weeds smell like their namesakes and spread rapidly, but they are easy to control with this plan.