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    Getting Rid of Crabgrass

    by Rob Harris
    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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    • Dominique Fils-Aime

      Lush grass can make any backyard appear fertile and attractive. Yet, even experienced gardeners can get frustrated growing grass. However, get the seed bed right and your chances of success rise dramatically. While sod is generally a faster option for building a healthy lawn, it's much more expensive. For a backyard, consider using grass seed and...

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