I did a search. Mostly what I saw was concerning spring infestations. One of my clients owns two lots. There's a stake still in the ground (don't know why) that differentiates his residence lot from the "extra". I'm assuming that's where his former fert./squirt guys figured was the boundary of their services. Just outside this area was a carpet of lezpedesa that I sprayed out before I aerated/over-seeded. Over-seed was a week ago, Sunday. I've got good germination in this area (mostly). What I also have is a lot of wild garlic/onion popping up. I've read that lezpedeza particularly thrives in nitrogen deficient soils. That would make sense, if the former co. wasn't treating that area. I'm wondering if wild garlic/onion is similar? I haven't dealt with this pest, yet. Looking for some pointers. Thanks.