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Crabgrass is one of the most common
weeds in Michigan. It is an annual that
comes up from seed in late spring. The
best way to control crabgrass is
prevention. Applying a fertilizer with
pre-emergent before germination will be very effective at preventing crabgrass from showing up in your lawn. Germination typically occurs in May when soil temps warm up, so the proper timing for pre-emergent application is usually in April. If crabgrass shows up in your lawn it can be controlled by spraying it with post-emergence herbicide.
If you're seeing crabgrass in your lawn, contact us to help!