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Wild Violets are an incredibly tough to control weed. Your best opportunity to control wild violets is with the use of selective post-emergent herbicides in the spring and in the fall. Wild Violets grow as a large underground vine not unlike an ivy, constantly spreading if left unchecked. Because Wild Violets grow with spreading rhizomes, to control violets you must blanket apply herbicides instead of spot spraying. This is because if you spot spray, you inevitably will miss new leaves and growth that are part of the same vine as the leaves you are treating, and if you miss this new growth then the plant as a whole doesn’t die. Furthermore, if you have violets in a woodline, in a landscape bed, or growing in the base of a hedgerow, you will always have issues with them popping up in your lawn through the vine activity, so persistence to keep them at bay is very important. The most effective way to control wild violets is by spraying in the early spring, and then again 2 weeks later, along with a fall spray. Spraying violets in the summer isn’t nearly as effective because they create a waxy coating on the leaf in the summer which keeps moisture in, but also prevents weed control from getting into the leaf. No matter what product you choose, realize eliminating wild violets and keeping them gone can take a lot more effort that easy to control weeds like dandelions. When looking for how to control wild violets, follow the advice above and. for absolute best results, use products with triclopyr or tank mix products like On Deck with full triclopyr products like Trycera.