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Ground Ivy is one of the most difficult to control weeds in residential lawns. As its name implies, Ground Ivy grows as an ivy, spreading through a series of roots/vines in your lawn. Because ground ivy is all interconnected, it is very difficult to control and you must blanket spray infested areas- spot spraying will miss many new areas where the ground ivy has already spread but isn’t noticeable yet. Many people view ground ivy as a chronic issue because it will continuously spread from neighbors untreated yards, from the woods, and even from area like hedgerows where it may be intertwined with hedges. Because of these issues, persistence is necessary to kill ground ivy and keep it out of the lawn. In addition to persistence, professional grade weed killers are necessary to get proper control. We recommend the use of selective post-emergent herbicides for the control of ground ivy, and further would recommend using a product with the active ingredient triclopyr for best results, as triclopyr is excellent with tough to control weeds like Ground Ivy. Finally, Ground Ivy is best controlled when it is actively growing, so two sprays in early spring spaced 2 weeks apart along with fall sprays are your best opportunities at control. When looking for how to control ground ivy, the advice above combined with excellent products and some patience are the keys to success.