May 10th and May 21st I sprayed ortho clover killer (Triclopyr, triethylamine salt 8%) https://www.domyown.com/ortho-weed-...lis-killer-for-lawns-concentrate-p-15899.html on somewhat mature clover patches. I haven't ever really noticed good results with their clover spray for clover or dollar weed/creeping Charlie/wild violet compared to the 'regular' ortho: https://www.domyown.com/ortho-weed-gon-weed-killer-for-lawns-concentrate-p-15902.html (2,4-D, dimethylamine salt 8.66%, Dicamba 0.37%, MCPP-P, DMA salt 2.13%) works great on dandelions. today is 7-8 weeks since it was sprayed and finally looks like it's starting to die but definitely isn't fully crispy brown. but also neighbor had weeds sprayed by Scotts some weeks ago and their paper said weeds should be dead in up to 3 weeks but it's been maybe 5 weeks and weeds look the same. Usually dandelions die from the 'regular' ortho in only about 8 days. And you know round up kills in less time, so does clover and most other weeds simply take longer to die? I didn't mix the regular ortho with the clover for the clover-only spot. but I think it might be ok to as long as it's not over-applied. But I will look into a much better clover killer and creeping Charlie killer because as much as I don't like spraying chemicals, it's taking over the grass and everything.