Noxious Weed Control

Did you know fall is a great time to spray noxious weeds? Even though most all of the weeds have already seeded out and died, many plants start their rosettes in the fall. If you look around the old, dried up skeletons, you will find brand new rosettes getting geared up to take off next spring! These pictures were all taken this fall, mid-October. These can be sprayed now, and with the right herbicide, there could be a bit of residual left on the ground to control weeds that might emerge next spring. Give us a call if you would like more information!


Scotch Thistle
Poison Hemlock
Rush Skeletonweed
picture of scotch thistlepicture of poison hemlockpicture of dried rush skeleton weed plant
picture of scotch thistle rosettepicture of poison hemlock rosettepicture of rush skeletonweed rosette