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Best Management Practice for Yellow Nutsedge Control

A perennial weed that typically emerges a couple weeks after crabgrass, yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) spreads through a network of rhizomes and tubers within the soil. Also referred to as nutgrass or watergrass, yellow nutsedge Read More …

Best Management Practice for False Green Kyllinga Control

A difficult-to-control perennial sedge, false green kyllinga spreads via rhizomes below the soil surface to form a dense mat that can choke-out stands of desirable turf species. A close relative of yellow nutsedge, it prefers Read More …

Best Management Practice for Goosegrass Control

A tough and increasingly common pest, goosegrass thrives in high-traffic areas of turf. It loves compacted soils, whether wet or dry, and competes with desirable turfgrasses for water, nutrients, and sunlight. Goosegrass can germinate throughout Read More …