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Is there a treatment that selectively kills off clover (some in garden, some in lawn)?

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Only thing I've discovered is to the effect..."proper watering & fertilizer" which really doesn't say much of anything.
 

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Clover is a legume, which adds nitrogen to the soil. If you add nitrogen (high first number fertilizer) the grass will take over. Im not sure how to help outside of the lawn though.
 

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Clover is a legume, which adds nitrogen to the soil. If you add nitrogen (high first number fertilizer) the grass will take over. Im not sure how to help outside of the lawn though.
Remedy kills legumes. 2-4D kills broadleaves. One thing to remember though, none of them sterilize the seeds & clover puts off a kazillion seeds that stay viable in the seed bank for years. So if was once there, it will be back with the right growing conditions.
 
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