One of the most common weeds in North America, clover can grow at any time of the year and start flowering in early summer. If it goes dormant during the summer, it can cause brown patches.
Each stem of a clover plant contains three leaflets. On each leaflet is a small smoke ring. Clover can spread rapidly due to its ability to produce roots from each node on the stem. Its habit of creeping above ground results in suffocation of turf grass.
We can take care of this with our liquid broadleaf weed control which is selective to controlling tough weeds such as these. Get in touch with our office to schedule an application.