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Wondering if our products are the answer to your weeding woes? Good news. Glyphosate targets an enzyme found in plants but not in people or pets. We know of over 200 types of weeds and grasses that our products can help you handle.
“Over 200 types of weeds and grasses.”
Any weed can be a headache, but we’ve found that these 12 usual suspects are especially likely to threaten your yard, garden, or landscape.
This fast-growing, super-tough plant can look great, but it’s also exceptionally tough to control.
This meddlesome grass is a putting green favorite, but a backyard bane.
This aggressive grass would love to push other grasses out of your yard.
John D. Byrd, Mississippi State University, Bugwood.org
No matter how much you pull, this southern weed’s unsightly stalks will keep coming back.
Most weeds only threaten ground space, but this one extends its grasp over trees and buildings too.
This burly bully is a burden to farmers and fauna alike because it crowds out desirable plants and destroys food and shelter for wildlife.
Tim Murphy, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org
Don’t let the cute name fool you. This grassy weed might be lurking in the dark, damp corners of your yard.
Carey Minteer, University of Arkansas, Bugwood.org
All year-round, this forage crop sticks out like a sore thumb.
Notoriously nasty, the best way to stop it is with Roundup® Poison Ivy Plus Tough Brush Killer products.
Check out Further Weeding for info on how to stop these common nuisances that are uncommonly annoying.
Here are a bunch of other weeds and grasses that can be stopped with Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer products. Identifying weeds isn’t always easy, so here’s a good rule of thumb: If it’s an undesirable plant, Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer products have its number.
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