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Dollarweed, also known as Pennywort, is a very difficult to control weed. Dollarweed has two things that make it particularly difficult to control- how it grows, and where it grows. The way in which dollarweed grows makes it difficult to control because it grows through rhizomes and tubers. These growth mechanisms allow dollar weed to spread through its roots and aggressively take over a thin area of turf. If the dollarweed is near property lines, woodlines, or waterways, it can become a constantly encroaching plant that is very difficult to eradicate. Dollarweed also grows in environments that can make it difficult to control. Dollarweed is a water loving-plant that can float, meaning in areas that get flooded it will thrive while other plants like turf die off. Dollarweed will also thrive near waterways where you don’t want to apply pesticides, further making control difficult. In many situations, because of these concerns, eradication can be very difficult or impossible, and instead success should be viewed by drastically minimize the population. The use of selective professional grade weed killers, along with trying to minimize excessive moisture and encouraging thick turf are your best ways to keep dollarweed infestations as low as possible. When looking for how to control dollarweed, take into account the environment you are trying to control it in, and set realistic expectations on whether you can totally eradicate it or need to spray it regularly to simply keep it at bay and out of your lawn.