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Kikuyugrass: An Aggressive Perennial Grass

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Kikuyugrass is an aggressive perennial grass that prefers warm climates. It has fleshy stems and leaves and grows from spring to fall. Multiple applications of triclopyr can help to get rid of this weed from the lawn.

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Kyllinga: A Shiny, Spiky Summer Perennial

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Kyllinga is often mistaken for grass or nutsedge but grows much taller. It has spiky ends with shiny leaves and thrives in moist soil. It grows in mats but is controllable with herbicides containing halosulfuron.

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Knotweed, Prostrate: A Fairly Common Weed

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Knotweed is a summer annual that produces white to pink flowers between the leaves and stems. It maintains a low profile and spreads out as it grows, often resembling grass in the early stages.

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Lespedeza, Common: A Thriving Summer Annual

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Lespedeza is also called Japanese clover and thrives in compact soil. It grows mostly in the summer and produces small, purple flowers along the leaf axis. Use a pre-emergent herbicide in the spring to combat weed growth.

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Orchardgrass: A Tall Perennial Weed

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Orchardgrass is a grassy perennial that grows best in spring and fall and thrives in shady areas. It forms strawlike culms and can grow as tall as 10 feet if it's left untreated in lawns, landscapes and growing fields.

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