A weed is a plant that grows where it should not.
Weeds wage a struggle against lawns with the intention of extracting moisture, nutrients, and light source. The presence of weeds gives the appearance of a poorly maintained or unattractive lawn, especially if there is a large quantity or they are coloured. We can attribute the presence of weeds to a lack of lawn density, poor soil, or soil-borne diseases.
By identifying the main culprits and applying adequate fertilizer as well as a specific weed control product, most lawns can be well-maintained and flourish for the entire season.

1. Quackgrass
2. Crabgrass
3. Creeping Charlie
4. Dandelions
5. Plantain
6. White Clover
7. Oxalis