This troublesome weed, also known as finger grass, spreads across lawns all over Northeast Ohio in late spring but doesn’t harm your lawn. However, it looks ugly in the fall, dies in the winter and will return next year if not taken care of the first time.
What Does Crabgrass Look Like?
Crabgrass is easily identified in your beautiful lawn due to its mangled and unattractive appearance. It’s considered a weed compared to grass because of its large, sprouted patches.
How to Prevent or Control Crabgrass
If your lawn is experiencing crabgrass, then your lawn isn’t developing properly. You can set up your lawn for success through aeration, overseeding, fertilizing and a personalized lawn care program.
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