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What is this? Not: crabgrass, fescue clumps, quackgrass? Course and bright yellow?

First and last picture looks like a clumping/coarse fescue. Very common in northern blended turfs. Even TTTF will begin clumping heavily under stress and may need thinning (scarifying) and reseeding ...
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Issue with grass that has a lot of crab grass. What do I do?

I would wait until next spring an put down pre-emergent crabgrass herbicide. It will not affect perennial grasses.
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Will my Kentucky Bluegrass die if I let nature have its way?

There's a lot to unpack here, but i'll give it a shot. Is there any real harm if I just let Crabgrass take over 100%? It tends to form clumps that leave exposed soil between them; not a uniform look,...
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Should I bag lawn clippings from a crabgrass-infested lawn?

From my experience here in Indiana (land of weeds), the only way to really get rid of the crabgrass is to pull them up by the roots, one by one and throw it in the trash. It will leave divots and the ...
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