Dayflower Weed Control – How To Get Rid Of Dayflower Weeds

By Liz Baessler Asiatic dayflower (Commelina communis) is a weed that’s been around for a while but is getting more attention as of late. This is, probably, because it’s so resistant to commercial herbicides. Where weed killers wipe out other pesky plants, dayflowers charge right ahead without any competition. So how can you go about controlling dayflowers? Keep reading to learn how to get rid of dayflower and how to go about dayflower weed control. Controlling Dayflowers in the Landscape Control of Asiatic dayflower is tricky for a number of reasons. For starters, these common dayflower weeds are resistant to many weed killers and can regrow easily from broken stems. It can also sneak up on you, looking like wide leafed grass when it first sprouts. The seeds can remain viable for up to four and a half years, meaning even if you think you’ve eradicated a patch, the seeds

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