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Help wild strawberries have taken over my lawn!

Posted by schwarzp none (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 28, 12 at 20:31

How can I get rid of these plants? My lawn is gone I have lots of shade and dogs. So what can I use to get rid of them and what type of grass can I plant that would be sturdy with the dogs? They are not out there all day just for potty breaks and play. I've thought maybe a good sturdy ground cover, should be the route I go. The yard is not big and it is shaded by a large maple tree which we trimmed last year to thin it out. My yard looks awful...

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RE: Help wild strawberries have taken over my lawn!

Unless you build a kennel, I doubt anything will work...

The thick areas of my lawn choke this out.

RE: Help wild strawberries have taken over my lawn!

Where are you located and roughly how much sun does the yard get. I might have a solution for you.

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