Wild violet is easy to identify with the lavender, white, or yellow flowers and heart shaped leaves. They usually grow only a few inches high and spread through rhizomes. Because the leaves have a waxy texture you’ll want to use a surfactant when trying to kill wild violet.
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Related ingredients: Sulfentrazone, Triclopyr
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