CrabgrassIn Georgia, crabgrass is often a big problem. Here are some facts to let you know a little bit more about what crabgrass really is.

Crabgrass’s technical name is Digitaria and it comes in over 300 species. Crabgrass is native to warm and tropical regions.

Crabgrass typically has fraying stems with wide and flat leaf blades that lie on the ground.

Crabgrass has a very long germination period, which can last the entire growing season if conditions are proper.

Crabgrass does have a redeeming value. The weed can be ground and made into flour, which can be made into porridge.

Crabgrass is considered an annual plant, which can carry up to 150,000 seeds a year.

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