Crabgrass starts to appear in mid to late spring,

invading lawns as soon as the soil temperature begins

to warm up. 


Crabgrass grows best in full sun, so mow the grass

high to help shade the soil and apply a

pre-emergent crabgrass control in early spring to

prevent germination of crabgrass seeds.







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