Quack grass

Quack grass is a perennial and is difficult to control since they resemble turf grasses in their tolerance to herbicides. They tolerate close mowing, and can persist indefinitely. Even though they stay green all year long, they have different color and growth rates, so they are objectionable as turf grasses. This grass spreads by underground creeping stems.

Control: there is no effective chemical control of quack grass short of killing the infected area, sterilizing the soil, and starting over.

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