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I have a prolific lawn weed which appears usually in early June (however, early May this year). It first showed up four to five years ago and gets denser every year. Looks like a small dark green leaf clover with small yellow flowers. Vines get "woodier" as season progresses. Usually disappears in late Sept. I have been told it was Japanese clover; however, research mentions this type of clover has purple flowers. Which broadleaf herbicides (homeowner application) are effective?

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