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Question DetailsAsked on 6/12/2014

How do you get rid of clover

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Either Weed n Feed granular weed killer/fertilizer with pre-emergent weed killer in it (best applied late in fall after grass is dormant, so is there in spring when initial growth starts), or spot spray in spring/summer with something like Ortho Weed-B-Gone or Roundup - be sure to get the kind labelled safe for lawns if in an area where you want to save the grass, keep deignated distance away from food plants and flower gardens and ornamental bushes and trees, and read instructions carefully - different blends for different areas, as some mixes kill Zoysia and other more exotic grasses.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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What you are looking for is a broad leaf herbicide....NOT Roundup (glysophate) which is a non-specific broad spectrum systemic herbicide that will kill any green plant it touches. However, consider that white clover especially contributes to the overall health of the lawn by fixing nitrogen and encouraging biodiversity. Keep it mowed and it will look pretty good.

Answered 5 years ago by apearlb




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