Creeping Charlie Suggestions...
So we've done the pseudo-organic method for about 4 years, although we haven't been strict about some of the rules (watering, etc). We are slowly having an influx of creeping charlie, and it is getting out of control in some parts of the yard.
Pulling by hand is just not working - it grows quickly.
We've got a mix of clover in with the grass, and generally try to cut high and water less.
I'm ok with having "some" charlie and weeds, but it's really getting close to taking over. Any suggestions for how to kill charlie?
What would happen to my soil organisms if I apply pesticides one spring to "nuke" the charlie and then return to organic? Is this possibly a recommended course of action to keep things under control for a few more years?