3 IDEAS FOR CONTROLLING DOLLARWEED IN YOUR LAWN
Dollarweed prefers damp growing conditions. Reduce watering, so your lawn only receives 1 inch of water per week and allow the soil to dry down. This makes dollarweed more susceptible to application of control products.
Improve the drainage in your soil to help further eliminate the damp soil conditions that dollarweed prefers.
Regular feeding, 2-4 times per year, provides the nutrients your lawn needs to grow thick to help crowd out dollarweed.
- Mowing at a height best for your lawn allows the grass to grow thick to help prevent weed seed germination by blocking sunlight’s access to the soil.