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Oxalis, which is also called yellow woodsorrel, is often confused with clover. The small, heart shaped leaves of oxalis make it a bit difficult to control with large droplet sprays, as these types of applications readily roll off leaf tissue. For this reason, use of surfactants and fine mist sprays provide superior control of oxalis. Oxalis is a summertime annual weed that usually germinates in late spring and thrives throughout the summer months. In additions to its heart shaped leaf which is creased down the center, Oxalis grows in an upright manner with individual plants usually easily discernable and has yellow flowers, the main reason it also goes by the name yellow woodsorrel. While it has been mentioned that the shape of the leaf can make it difficult to get herbicides on the plant, once that initial obstacle is overcome with the use of fine mist sprayers and surfctants, oxalis is controlled by most 2-way, 3-way, and 4-way professional herbicides commonly found on the market. When looking for how to control oxalis in your lawn, the right equipment and surfactants can make all the difference.