what would be the best weed killer for these on the photos? Thanks
Hi again @adamlin,
You might like to provide members a little more information so they can assist you with combating the weeds. Do you know what type of lawn you have? And where are you based?
I would recommend you have a look at the popular discussion How to improve your lawn this Spring as it is full of helpful tips on getting your lawn ready for the warmer months ahead. This discussion also has fantastic advice from @MitchellMc that you should be able to apply to your situation - Lawn weed.
Hi Jason, @Jason actually not too sure about what lawn it is frankly speaking but could be Buffalo? Are you able to tell on these photos? Thanks
It's great that you've received excellent advice from @Jason. The discussion he has referred to - Lawn Weed refers to procedures you need to take with your current condition. In it, you will find fantastic advice from @MitchellMc on how to combat weed infestation. I also suggest using traditional methods of weeding using Fiskars 4 Prongs Xact Weed Puller for those deep-rooted weeds.
Turf that has been infested often happens in small batches. Often we mow over them and ignore the weed. Weeds like any other plant react to this by sending signals of immediate growth and replication. This is why it has to be taken out early as soon as you see any buds or growth occurring in your garden.
My only other suggestion is to identify the zones that your weeds are in and till the area. This will loosen the soil and allow you to remove the wide-spreading roots of the weed. Areas that have been taken over will need to be patched if the weed infestation is too great. You can patch these areas with Sir Walter's 0.5m² DNA Certified Soft Leaf Buffalo Turf Slab. Please keep us updated, we look forward to seeing your lawn free of weeds.
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