20 May Violets & Ground Ivy Control
Selective Herbicide for Violet & Ground Ivy Control
What are violets? Violets are considered an annual in cool season climates and a perennial in warmer climates. Perennial types have rhizomes or long stolons, heart-shaped leaves on long petioles, and purplish-white flowers; annual types can have irregular-shaped leaves, hairy stem with light yellow to purple flowers. It is a nasty and sometimes impossible broad-leaf weed (dicot) to control. Its waxy leaves make liquid herbicides roll off it, as on the finish of a new car.
Control: Our fertilizing program includes three selective herbicides to control a broad range of broad-leaf weeds. With our program we have experienced medium control of violets. We recommend (between regular treatments), additional violet control so that the plant will not have a chance to recover between applications. We are unable to give you a specific number of applications needed to fully control them. Overall price will vary; each application will be a separate charge.
It is recommended to eliminate any violets from your property. If they are in your flowerbeds, we do not spray the beds with this service. We do offer a hand selective spray for such areas. This is offered at an additional charge.
Contact us today or call us at (800) 649-9992 for your free estimate (our price is based on square footage).