Purple nutsedge is an invasive that squeezes out native grasses

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Les Harrison

The return of consistent warm weather to Wakulla County has many residents thinking about the state of their lawns. Mowing, fertilizing, weeding and patching bald spots are now the focus of homeowners and landscape maintenance professionals.
The choice of turf depends on the preferences and needs of the landscape’s owner. Bahiagrass, Bermudagrass, Centipede, Zoysia, and others are selected for their particular traits and appearance.
However, there is one exotic “grass” not on any list of popular spring turf or ground covers.

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