Controlling Moles

Turf devastated by moles

A common mole control product I use has come off patent and a competitor has jumped in with a very appealing offering. The product I have been using is Talpirid, and it works great. I have always had good results with Talpirid so it excites me to see a generic putting downward pressure on the market price. Continue reading “Controlling Moles”

Clover

Name: Clover

Latin:

Trifolium SpeciesClover growing in turf

Control Difficulty:✭✭✭✰✰

Best Control Product:

Quinclorac 75 DF or any variant such as Drive 75 DF

Identifying Traits:

Clover is very common and easily identified. Three , wide, leaves grow on each stem clumped together in mats of clover. Clumps of clover can range in size from one to two stalks all the way up to continuous clumps covering thousands of square feet. The stems of clover are covered in a fine hair. White to pink tinged flowers appear throughout clover patches in the summer. Clover grows on an above ground stem, called a stolon. The creeping above ground growth habit can and will suffocate turf grass over time. Continue reading “Clover”