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Help Needed with Lawn Weed Identification

Posted by wynswrld98 z7 WA (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 19, 08 at 0:07

I have a lawn I planted from fescue seed a few years ago here in the Seattle/Tacoma Washington area but since I've planted it I've had other grasses invade it (surprise, surprise!).

The other grasses I'm seeing appear to be perennial grasses because I've been seeing them all winter if that helps narrow things down as I don't think they're annual weeds.

I'm trying to identify what they are (step 1) then determine a treatment plan.

If you can comment on the pics top/middle/bottom that would be great! The top pic you can see some tall, fast growing flourescent green grass among the fescue. The middle pic is in clumps here and there have no idea what it is. The bottom pic I think is same stuff as middle pic and sends out runners.

http://www.tlcwer.com/wynswrld98/WeedComposite.jpg

Thanks!


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RE: Help Needed with Lawn Weed Identification

"The web page cannot be found" is all I get.


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