1. Henbit

    Henbit is a broadleaf, winter annual that germinates in the fall or winter. In the winter months, it grows during any periods of warm weather. Unless there are periods of unusually warm weather, it will mostly stay dormant during the winter. It will resume growth and produce seed in the spring. In February through June, it produces purple tube-shaped flowers in clusters above the upper leaves. The…Read More

  2. Poa annua Control in Southern Lawns

    Poa annua is the most common winter weed in southern lawns.  This grass is also commonly known as annual bluegrass and is distinguished by the boat-shaped leaves on the plant, with the tip of the leaf curving up like the bow of a boat. Poa annua is a cool season grass that germinates during the early fall when soil temperatures drop below 70 degrees.  Each small plant can produce around one hund…Read More