Don’t be that guy with a chickenpox lawn, or the one who kills his neighbor’s prize posies with an accidental herbicidal overspray. We know a farmer whose weed strategy is to spray and kill everything that grows, and then plant. Don’t be him either. With a little understanding of the weeds you’re trying to kill and the best ways to kill them without resorting to Agent Orange on everything else, you can knock back your weed problems and have a healthy lawn and garden in the process. It boils down to knowing your weeds, being selective in what you’re targeting, and building an application strategy that accomplishes your herbicidal intent without a nuclear outcome.