What Do Roundup® For Lawns Products Control?

If you're wondering exactly which weeds Roundup® For Lawns is effective on, you're in the right place

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If you’re wondering exactly which weeds Roundup® For Lawns is effective on, you’re in the right place. It works like a charm on more than 250 weeds.

AMERICA’S LEAST WANTED WEEDS

Here are the most common weed suspects, so you can hunt them down with confidence.

CRABGRASS

This annual grass weed thrives in stressed, thin areas of your yard. It’s easiest to spot in the early morning when its lighter color and wide blades are more visible in the turf. It’s also best to kill before it spreads, so start treating early on!

CRABGRASS

This annual grass weed thrives in stressed, thin areas of your yard. It’s easiest to spot in the early morning when its lighter color and wide blades are more visible in the turf. It’s also best to kill before it spreads, so start treating early on!

CLOVER

We’re not talking about the 4-leaf kind. This clover has 3 round leaflets on 2–4" stalks and in the summer has white or pink-tinged flowers. It flourishes in underfed lawns by absorbing nitrogen from the air, which lawns cannot do.

CREEPING CHARLIE

Creeping Charlie (AKA Ground Ivy) has rounded, scalloped leaves that form along creeping stems. The stems are square and can root at each joint where they touch the ground.

And The Rest

Here are all of the other weeds and grasses that can be killed with Roundup® For Lawns products. Unless you have a degree in weed science, you probably haven’t heard of a lot of these. So just know that if you’ve got an undesirable plant in your lawn, Roundup® For Lawns has probably got your back.

  • Amaranth, purple
  • Amaranth, slender
  • Artichoke
  • Aster, heath
  • Aster, purple
  • Aster, white heath
  • Aster, white prairie
  • Austrian fieldcress
  • Barnyardgrass
  • Bedstraw, catchweed
  • Bedstraw, northern
  • Bedstraw, pineywoods
  • Bedstraw, smooth
  • Beggarticks, hairy
  • Betony, Florida
  • Bindweed, field
  • Bindweed, hedge
  • Bitter Wintercress
  • Bittercress, hairy
  • Bitterweed
  • Black medic
  • Black-eyed Susan
  • blessed
  • Blood flower milkweed
  • Blue lettuce
  • Brassbuttons
  • Bristly oxtongue
  • Broomweed
  • Buckhorn
  • Bullnettle
  • Burclover
  • Burdock
  • Burweed, lawn (spurweed)
  • Buttercup, bulbous
  • Buttercup, creeping
  • Buttonweed, common (poorjoe)
  • Buttonweed, Virginia
  • Carolina geranium (wild)
  • Carpetweed
  • Catnip
  • Catsear, spotted (false dandelion)
  • Chamber bitter
  • Chickweed, common
  • Chickweed, mouseear
  • Chickweed, sticky
  • Chicory
  • Cinquefoil
  • Clover, alsike
  • Clover, crimson
  • Clover, hop
  • Clover, rabbit foot
  • Clover, red
  • Clover, strawberry
  • Clover, white
  • Clover, white sweet
  • Clover, yellow sweet
  • Cockle
  • Cocklebur
  • Cocklebur, oriental
  • Cocklebur, spiny
  • Common mullein
  • Corn spurry
  • Crabgrass, large & smooth
  • Creeping beggarweed
  • Creeping Jenny (creeping Charlie)
  • Cudweed
  • Cupid shaving brush
  • Daisy, English
  • Daisy, oxeye
  • Dandelion, common
  • Dandelion, false
  • Day flower
  • Deadnettle
  • Dichondra
  • Dock, broadleaf
  • Dock, curly
  • Dogbane
  • Dogfennel
  • Dollarweed (pennywort)
  • Doveweed
  • Elderberry
  • Falseflax
  • Fiddleneck
  • Filaree, redstem
  • Filaree, whitestem
  • Fleabane, daisy (annual)
  • Fleabane, rough
  • Foxtail (giant, green, yellow)
  • Galinsoga, hairy
  • Galinsoga, smallflower
  • Goldenrod
  • Ground ivy
  • Groundsel
  • Gumweed
  • Hairy fleabane
  • Hawkweed, meadow
  • Hawkweed, mouseear
  • Hawkweed, orange
  • Hawkweed, yellow
  • Healall
  • Heartleaf drymary
  • Hemp
  • Henbit
  • Hoary cress
  • Horsenettle
  • Horseweed
  • Jimsonweed
  • Johnny-Jumpup violet
  • Knawel
  • Knotweed, prostrate
  • Kochia
  • Lambsquarters
  • Lespedeza
  • Mallow, alkali
  • Mallow, bristly
  • Mallow, common
  • Mallow, dwarf
  • Mallow, Venice
  • Marcela
  • Matchweed
  • Mexicanweed
  • Moneywort
  • Morningglory, bigroot
  • Morningglory, ivyleaf
  • Morningglory, Mexican
  • Morningglory, red
  • Morningglory, tall
  • Morningglory, woolly
  • Mugwort
  • Mustard, ball
  • Mustard, black
  • Mustard, blue
  • Mustard, hedge
  • Mustard, Indian
  • Mustard, tansy
  • Mustard, tumble
  • Mustard, white
  • Mustard, wormseed
  • Nettle, stinging (burning)
  • Nettle, tall
  • Nettle, wood
  • Nutsedge, Yellow
  • Parsley-piert
  • Parsnip
  • Pearlwort
  • Pennycress (Frenchweed)
  • Pepperweed, perennial
  • Pepperweed, Virginia (peppergrass)
  • Pigweed, prostate
  • Pigweed, redroot
  • Pigweed, Russian
  • Pigweed, smooth
  • Pigweed, tumble
  • Pineappleweed
  • Plains coreopsis (tickseed)
  • Plantain, blackseed
  • Plantain, bracted
  • Plantain, broadleaf
  • Plantain, buckhorn
  • Plantain, hoary
  • Plantain, narrowleaf
  • Plantain, slender
  • Plantain, woolly
  • Poison ivy
  • Poison oak
  • Pokeweed
  • Prairie sunflower
  • Prickly lettuce (compass plant)
  • Prickly sida
  • Prostrate knotweed
  • Puncturevine
  • Purslane, common
  • Pusley, Brazil
  • Pusley, Florida
  • Pusley, large flower
  • Ragweed, bur
  • Ragweed, common
  • Ragweed, lanceleaf
  • Ragweed, western
  • Redstem filaree
  • Rough cinquefoil
  • Scarlet pimpernel
  • Shepherdspurse
  • Smartweed, ladysthumb
  • Smartweed, pale
  • Smartweed, Pennsylvania
  • Smooth chaff-flower
  • Smooth dock
  • Sorrel, red (sheep)
  • Sowthistle, annual
  • Sowthistle, spiny
  • Spanish needles
  • Speedwell, bi-lobed
  • Speedwell, common
  • Speedwell, corn
  • Speedwell, ivyleaf
  • Speedwell, Persian
  • Speedwell, purslane
  • Speedwell, slender
  • Speedwell, snow
  • Speedwell, thymeleaf
  • Spiny amaranth
  • Spurge, prostrate
  • Spurge, spotted
  • Spurweed
  • Star of Bethlehem
  • Strawberry, Indian mock
  • Tansy ragwort
  • Tanweed
  • Thistle
  • Thistle, bull
  • Thistle, Canada
  • Thistle, flodman (prairie)
  • Thistle, musk
  • Thistle, platte
  • Thistle, plumeless
  • Thistle, Russian
  • Thistle, Scotch
  • Thistle, wavyleaf
  • Thistle, yellow (horrible)
  • Trailing crownvetch
  • Velvetleaf
  • Vervain, blue
  • Vervain, hoary
  • Vervain, prostrate
  • Vervain, tall
  • Vetch, bird
  • Vetch, hairy
  • Vetch, milk
  • Vetch, narrowleaf
  • Vetch, wild
  • Virginia creeper
  • Western clematis
  • Western salsify
  • Wild aster
  • Wild buckweat
  • Wild carrot
  • Wild four-o-clock
  • Wild garlic
  • Wild lettuce
  • Wild marigold
  • Wild mustard (yellow rocket)
  • Wild onion
  • Wild parsnip
  • Wild radish
  • Wild rape
  • Wild strawberry
  • Wild sweet potato
  • Wild violet
  • Woodsorrel, creeping
  • Woodsorrel, violet
  • Woodsorrel, yellow (Oxalis)
  • Woolly croton
  • Wormseed
  • Yarrow, common
  • Yarrow, western
  • Yarrow, yellow

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