weed control

NEED CONTROL OVER YOUR WEEDS THIS SPRING and fall?

we have got you covered!

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Why Weed Control?

Our goal is to enhance and maintain the beautiful environment in which we live and we believe weed control is an important contributor to a beautiful landscape.

Weeds come to steal, kill, and destroy the beautiful landscape you want to protect. Spraying for weeds consistently for 3-5 years is the most effective way to get rid of existing seeds, new seeds, and mature weeds.

Timeline

For the most effective weed abatement, pre-emergent should be sprayed between April - June. 

Noxious weeds should be sprayed in late July or August when they are fully mature to be affective. Please see our resources page for more info!

We take authorization forms and inquiries throughout the whole year, so feel free to fill out the authorization form below!

Feel free to fill out our online authorization form to receive service for your weeds!

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Hoary Cress

  • Invades sunny, open areas such as pastures, prairies, and agricultural areas.

  • Outcompetes native vegetation

  • Produces up to 4,800 seeds per plant.

  • Unpalatable for livestock and wildlife.

 

(Chaffee County Weed Control,

Kayla Malone)

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knapweeds

  • Invades sunny, open areas

  • Produces chemicals from the root system which will kill other plants.

  • Outcompetes native vegetation

  • Up to eight years of seed longevity

  • Stems can break off and tumble, dispersing seeds.

 

(Chaffee County Weed Control,

Kayla Malone)

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Thistles

Bull Thistle, Plumeless Thistle, Musk Thistle

  • Identified by the presence of spines along the central stems.

  • Only reproduce by seed

  • Significant invasions on the front range

 

(Chaffee County Weed Control,

Kayla Malone)

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Toadflax

Oxeye Daisy

  • Escaped ornamental

  • Daisy-like flowers with an impression on the central disc

  • Invades open and forested sites, roadsides, agricultural sites, and natural areas.

 

(Chaffee County Weed Control,

Kayla Malone)

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Leafy Spurge

  • Invades sunny, open areas

  • New plants will sprout from existing roots and fragments, both in disturbed and undisturbed soils.

  • Toxic and unpalatable for livestock and wildlife.

 

(Chaffee County Weed Control,

Kayla Malone)

  • Bright yellow, snapdragon like flowers with a spur

  • Root and Seed reproduction

  • Can actively expels herbicide from the root systems

  • Extremely difficult to control once established.

 

(Chaffee County Weed Control,

Kayla Malone)