Anonymous added on March 4, 2014 | Answered

Last September I had a new lawn laid. The old one was removed. We also put new topsoil and rotivated before laying the new lawn. It's taken well and we have cut it many times. I have noted that I Cut the lawn last week and it looks well. When the rain is due, I am going to feed with a good fertilizer, but not weed killer in the feed, just to help the roots so it will green and grow. But I have noticed that the new lawn has got some chickweed in the new lawn. I am pulling it up but notice quite a lot. I have never had chickweed in my lawn before and I am not sure how to get rid of it. I am disappointed with the chickweed and want to get rid of it very quick, as I like a good lawn. Can you help me and advise me what to treat with? I do not want to kill any part of my lawn.

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