Broadleaf Weed Control

Aaron's Greenscape is ready to control weeds others say they can't.

Most Common Broadleaf Weeds Treated with proven state of the art Weed Control

Chickweed

Clover

Dandelion

Dock

Ground Ivy (Creeping Charlie)

Knotweed

Mallow

Oxalis

Plantain

Purslane

Shepherd’s-purse

Spurge

Thistle

Violets

Virginia creeper

Wild garlic

Woodsorrel

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-> Detailed list of hundreds of Broadleaf weeds controlled

How weed control is applied

Most Asked About Weeds

Dandelion

Dandelion

Clover

Clover

Ground Ivy (Creeping Charlie)

Ground Ivy | Cheeping Charlie

Thistle

Thistle

Plantain

Plantain

Violets

Violets

Spurge

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Purslane, Common

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Knotweed

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How Weed Control is Applied

Better spray technology is safer, with better weed killing results.

Air Induction nozzles are able to provide good spray coverage with low volume of spray

All of our self propelled riding spreader- sprayers use this state of the art air Induction Technology and is how we spray most lawns for weeds. Extremely low spray volume means your lawn is dry much faster, making less potential contact possible. These nozzles are able to provide good spray coverage with large drop sizes because these air-filled droplets shatter or explode on impact to provide coverage comparable or better than conventional spray methods.

Hand Pump with Flat Fan Spray Wand Back Pack

Back pack pressure sprayer with spray wand

The second most common way you will see us apply weed control. Our Lawns Technicians use these back packs with a flat fan nozzle to fine tune where the Rider spreader sprayers cant get. They are also used to spray specialty weed control products like Post emergent crab grass control, bed treatments, Vegetation Killer and many more.

Blanket or spot shower nozzle hand gun application

Applicator applicating with a shower nozzle lawn gun

This hand application by a technician is usually done only for special circumstances that a larger volume of water is needed for proper coverage.  Or when there are areas that need a blanket with a special product or where our spreader-sprayer units can not get to.  In many cases you'll see this apply a verity of products like fungicide or insecticides or soil modification or growth regulation treatments not just weed control.

DETAILED LIST OF WEEDS CONTROLLED

Alder

Annual yellow sweet

clover

Artichoke

Aster

Austrian fieldcress

Bedstraw

Beggartick

Biden

Bindweed

Bird vetch

Bitterweed

Bitter wintercress

Black-eyed Susan

Black medic

Black mustard

Black-seed plantain

Blessed thistle

Blue lettuce

Blue vervain

Box elder

Bracted plantain

Brassbuttons

Bristly oxtongue

Broadleaf dock

Broadleaf plantain

Broomweed

Buckhorn

Buckhorn plantain

Bulbous butterclJp

Bull nettle

Bull thistle

Burdock

Burning nettle

Bur ragweed

Burweed

Buttercup

Canada thistle

Carolina geranium

Carpetweed

Catchweed bedstraw

Catsear

Catnip

Chickweed

Chicory

Cinquefoil

Clover

Cockle

Cocklebur

Coffee bean

Coffeeweed

Common chickweed

Corn Chamomile

Creeping jenny

Crimson clover

Croton

Cudweed

Curly dock

Curly indigo

Dandelion

Dead nettle

Dock

Dogbane

Dogfennel

Elderberry

English daisy

Fall dandelion

False dandelion

False flax

False sunflower

Fiddleneck

Field bindweed

Field pansy

Flea bane (daisy)

Flixweed

Florida betony

Florida pusley

Frenchweed

Galinsoga

Garlic mustard

Goathead

Goatsbeard

Goldenrod

Ground ivy

Gumweed

Hairy bittercress

Hairy fleabane

Hawkweed

Healali

Heartleaf drymary

Hedge bindweed

Hedge mustard·

Hemp

Henbit

Hoary cress

Hoary plantain

Hoary vervain

Honeysuckle

Hop clover

Horsenettle

Horsetail

Indiana mallow

Ironweed

Jewelweed

Jimsonweed

Kochia

Knawel

Knotweed

Lambsquarter

Lespedez

Locoweed

Lupine

Mallow

Marshelder

Matchweed

Mexicanweed

Milk vetch

Milkweed bloodflower

Mugwort

Morningglory

Mous-ear chickweed

Musk thistle

Mustard

Narrowleaf plantain

Narrowleaf vetch

Nettle

Orange hawkweed

Oxalis

Oxeye daisy

Parsley-piert

Parsnip

Pearlwort

Pennycress

Pennywort

Peppergrass

Pepperweed

Pigweed

Pineywoods bedstraw

Plains coreopSis

Plantain

Poison hemlock

Poison ivy

Poison oak

Pokeweed

Poo~oe

Povertyweed

Prickly lettuce

Pricklysida

Primrose·

Prostrate knotweed

Prostrate pigweed

Prostrate spurge

Prostrate vervain

Puncture vine

Purslane

Ragweed

Red clover

Redroot pigweed

Red sorrel

Redstem filaree

Rough cinquefoil

Rough fleabane

Roundleafed marigold

Rush

Russian pigweed

Russian thistle

SI. Johnswort

Scarlet pimpernel

Scotch thistle

Sheep sorrel

Shepherdspurse

Slender plantain

Smallf lower galinsoga

Smartweed

Smooth dock

Smooth pigweed

Sneezeweed

Southern wild rose

Sowthistle

Spanish needle

Spatterdock

Speedwell

Spiny Amaranth

Spiny cocklebur

Spotted catsear

Spotted knapweed

Spotted spurge

Spurge

Spurweed

Stinging nettle

Stinkweed

Stitchwort

Strawberry clover

Sumac

Sunflower

Sweet clover

Tall nettle

Tall vervain

Tansy mustard

Tansy ragwort

Tanweed

Tarweed

Thistle

Tick trefoil

Toadf lax

Trailing Crownvetch

Tumble mustard

Tumble pigweed

Tumbleweed

Velvet leaf

Venice mallow

Veronica

Vervain

Vetch

Virginia buttonweed

Virginia creeper

Virginia pepperweed

Wavyleaf bullthistle

Western clematis

Western salsify

White clover

White mustard

Wild aster

Wild buckwheat

Wild carrot

Wild four-o'-clock

Wild garlic

Wild geranium

Wild lettuce

Wild marigold

Wild mustard

Wild onion

Wild parsnip

Wild radish

Wild rape

Wild strawberry

Wild sweet potato

Wild vetch

Willow

Witchweed

Woolly moming-glory

Woodsorrel

Woolly croton

Woolly plantain

Wormseed

Yarrow

Yellow rocket

Yellowf lower

pepperweed

+ many more