is another type of systematic herbicide or selective herbicide used for post-emergent control of broadleaf weeds in corn, soybeans, and a variety of other food. It is used as a weed control measure in residential areas.
Creeping Charlie which is also referred to as ground ivy is a member of the mint family that is a type of perennial invasive weed. It is usually referred to as ground ivy because of its appearance as well as growth habit or style.
It is important you follow instructions and use these herbicides according to the label directions rate. Also, instructions regarding the time of application and the type of weed to be targeted should be followed.
Tricolpyr or dicamba are both great herbicides you can use to deal with some tough weeds that may be giving you trouble. These two herbicides are both systematic types and this means they can easily enter through a plant’s root, stem, and foliage and they will gradually cause damage to the plant system.