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That appears to be a hardy perennial Geranium variety, one of the true cranesbill Geraniums (unlike Pelargoniums). Many varieties of Geranium, such as 'Wargrave's Pink', have smooth leaves. Leave it alone, unless you don't want it growing where it is - you might be able to identify it fully once it flowers later on. It's not a 'weed' as such, although the ...


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First, if you're going to use glyphosate, it's better to apply it during summer rather than waiting for slowed down growth in Fall. Glyphosate works best on strongly growing green plants (including grass) so is best used during late spring and summer for best effect. It will take two weeks for the patches of grass you don't want to be killed off at the root ...


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If this is coming from the base of the pineapple plant it is likely just a sucker; this is the way that pineapples reproduce vegetatively. The mother plant reaches a state of maturity, usually by producing a thick stem with a pineapple on top. Then its work is done, so the mother plant produces suckers at the base and possibly slips underneath the ripening ...


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You can kill bent grass selectively with Tenacity. I use it on its cousin, nibble-weed. Tenacity is the synthesized chemical Mesotrione, which is naturally occurring in the bottle-brush plant. It is also amazing as a pre-emergent, as you can spray on bare ground after seeding new ground. Weeds are suppressed, yet the KGB still germinates. I used it to ...


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That is neither crab grass nor nut sedge (nutgrass) That is a type of Bermuda grass. I have been dealing with this also. I dug deeply - beyond the surface. Any stems left in the ground WIll sprout. I did not reuse the dirt that I dug up for this reason.


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