Hey, guys, Taylor here with Green Grounds Lawn & Pest. It’s time for the Lehi weed control tip of the week. I wanted to show you some weeds in this lawn that have been hit with a herbicide. These weeds in this lawn were hit probably, I’d call it, seven days ago, six days ago. As you can see here, the leaves actually start turning colors. You can see where, oops, as I drop it, sorry about that. Again, you can see where these leaves had been hit. This is probably about day seven. The leaves start changing color, and it just shrivels up and dies. That’s something that you can expect as far as the time frame of after your lawn has been fertilized and it has a weed control in there.

You’re going to have probably, call it, 10 days before that weed actually shrivels up and dies. But there’s going to be a few in-between stages where you’re going to start seeing that weed shrivel, and then you’ll start to see some discoloration, and then you’ll start seeing it go straight yellow. Then, just when you mow, it’ll just disappear. It’s just dead as can be. If you have any questions, need any help with getting rid of any weeds, let us know. We can give you some pricing, get you some help, or, if you want to do it yourself, we can point you in the right direction of what chemicals we use and where you should get some of those. Hope you’re doing well. Give us a call if you have any more Lehi weed control questions. Have a good one. Talk to you later. Bye.