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Getting Rid of Crabgrass

by Rob Hainer
Crabgrass (Digitaria spp.) ruins the otherwise smooth look of your lawn with its long, spindly blades. Its persistence and ability to spread quickly make crabgrass hard to control, but you can get rid of it. The most effective way is to kill the seeds before they have a chance to break ground, altho...
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  • Maggie Haren

    If tis makes the soil unplantable,then it is doing it's job. I don't ever want the weeds to come back where I use it. Between sidewalks, around the mailbox post, etc.

  • Perry Henry

    Using salt is a terrible idea. The run off will kill plants on the edge of the driveway or walkway.

  • Teresa Salmon

    sounds grest to me...you want the weeds dead and to stay away. and we have nothing on edge of our drieway but grass so as far over as it kills...that will be the driveway!

  • Colette Inomata

    It really worked, but it ruined my sprayer.

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Oh yes, the garden looks oh so much more magical when it is weed-free :)! Time to start thinking about this . . . 3 Killer Ways to Get Rid of Weeds Naturally #DIY #GARDENING

Please do not use "Round up" or at least read about all the terrible stuff it does to our people and environment before deciding to do so. Try this instead. Thanks. vinegar weed killer