How to Get Rid of Creeping Charlie & Nutsedge in the Lawn – Weed Control Like a Pro

How to Get Rid of Creeping Charlie & Nutsedge in the Lawn - Weed Control Like a Pro

Learn how to control and kill nutsedge and creeping charlie (ground ivy) like a pro without hurting or killing the lawn and grass.. Use the weed control that the professional do but learn how do it step by step in this video. Get rid of nutsedge and creeping charlie and other weeds with Tenacity. Spot spray your way to a perfect lawn.

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Tenacity Weed Control:
Dye/Colorant: or
2 Gallon Sprayer Pum:
2 Gallon Sprayer (Battery)

Always be sure to read and follow the product label.
Refrain from mowing 2 days before and two days after applying Tenacity for best results.

Tenacity is rated officially to control the following weeds:
Bluegrass, annual
Chickweed, common
Chickweed, mousear
Clover, largehop
Clover, white
Crabgrass, large
Crabgrass, smooth
Crabgrass, southern
Creeping Bentgrass
Curly dock
Dandelion, Catsear
Dandelion, Common
Florida Betony
Foxtail, yellow
Ground ivy
Lambsquarters, common
Lawn Burweed
Lovegrass, Tufted
Nutsedge, yellow
Pigweed, redroot
Pigweed, smooth
Plantain, Buckhorn
Purslane, common
Purslane, speedwell
Pusley, Florida
Shepherd’s purse
Smartweed, pale
Smartweed, Pennsylvania
Speedwell, persian
Thistle, Canada
Violet, Wild
Wild carrot

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20 thoughts on “How to Get Rid of Creeping Charlie & Nutsedge in the Lawn – Weed Control Like a Pro

  1. Excellent video! I love the way you explain clearly. On some other videos, people talk too much not to the point and their videos are way too long and very boring to watch. Thank you so much. BTW, as someone commented, the dog is adorable!!!

  2. tenacity is my favorite herbicide… one product and kill most of weeds like a crabgrass, nutsedge, creeping charlie, poa annua… and more more more, also prevent… 🙂 you can use it with grass seed

  3. OK, I just made up a gallon of Tenacity/surfactant/dye and hit some spots in St. Augustine lawn in SE Texas. Now we wait. :^) I would have done it sooner (got my stuff about 3 weeks ago), but reading the directions, I need to do it in between waterings, and I'm having to water pretty much every day right now. I just bit my lip, turned off the sprinkler system, and put out the Tenacity.

    I hope it works without killing the grass, because down here, once it gets warm (basically March or April) we can't use pre-emergent anymore. I'll update here in a week.

    Wow, is Tenacity ever concentrated. I think with one bottle I've got a lifetime supply.

  4. The worst weed I have in my lawn is Spurge and I don't see it listed as one of the weeds controlled by Tenacity. Do you have a recommendation? Thank you

  5. Guess that's out for me. We've been sharing the backyard with a groundhog for many years and her annual litter. Don't know how we'd keep them off the lawn for 4-5 hours.

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