Buy Knotweed Control and Knotweed Killers
There are many types of knotweed, from the common prostrate knotweed, which is fairly easily controlled to Japanese knotweed, which is a very difficult to control invasive weed. Prostrate knotweed is often found in lawns along driveways and curblines and when it initially germinates it is commonly confused with crabgrass. The easiest way to differentiate the two is as prostrate knotweed emerges from the soil you will see two leaves, where crabgrass only has one leaf at first emergence form the soil. Prostrate knotweed is fairly easily controlled in the spring with most professional broadleaf weed controls. On the other side of the spectrum is Japanese knotweed, an invasive plant that can be very hardy and spreads aggressively. Invasive plants such as Japanese knotweed can be significant issues due to their lack of natural controls as well as aggressive spreading. If you are looking for how to control Japanese knotweed, a great place to start is with herbicides that have the active ingredient triclopyr. When looking for how to treat Japanese knotweed triclopyr alone can hurt it substantially, and tank mixing it with other herbicides that have dicamba and 2, 4-D can further enhance control. With invasive weeds more than one application is often need so have persistence and eventually you will be able to eliminate these troublesome pests.
QuickSilver T&O Herbicide
QuickSilver T&O Herbicide is a fast-acting post-emergent herbicide for some mature broadleaf weeds and mosses that can be used in cool and warm weather. QuickSilver can be used on immature, newly seeded turf before other herbicides, making it unique. It is also a valuable mix partner with other herbicides, allowing visible results to occur much faster.