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Growth: Appear from May to September

Appearance: The name of this weed offers a clue to its appearance. It has long, narrow, fleshy leaves that look fuzzy. Small, white flowers appear in late spring and early summer, followed by seed heads in mid summer.

Curly Dock (Rumex crispus)

Smooth Crabgrass and Hairy Crabgrass (Digitaria Ischaemum and D. Sanguinalis)

Appearance: The leaves of bermudagrass are folded in the bud, and the sheath is strongly compressed. The leaf is short, approximately 1/8 inch wide with rough edges. The seedhead of Bermudagrass consists of 3 – 7 finger-like spikes.

Growth: This is a summer weed in many areas of the country, but it grows throughout the year in mild climates, and thrives in those areas that are low and wet.

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Axonopus affinis is a mat-forming perennial that can be identified by its smooth leaf blades with rounded tips. Typically, a few long hairs are present on the leaf sheath at the base of the blade. Often found coexisting in centipede lawns. Carpetgrass is found in the Coastal Plain of the Gulf states including Florida, north to North Carolina and west to Arkansas and Oklahoma.

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Cat’s-ear Dandelion

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Eleusine indica is a summer annual with compressed, often flattened, stems radiating outward from a center point that is white/gray in color. Leaves are smooth, folded in the bud, occasionally with hair near the base. Goosegrass can be found throughout temperate and warm regions of the United States.

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