Crabgrass can be eliminated by making sure your lawn’s grass patches are full and will cover any crabgrass. The thickness of your grass won’t allow any room for the crabgrass to grow. If you do see some crabgrass, remove it as soon as possible so that seeds do not begin to germinate and spread, allowing for production of offspring. If your soil is unhealthy, this will also promote crabgrass growth. A solution to this problem is aeration to keep the soil healthy, which will not be preferred by crabgrass roots. If all else fails, herbicide use can be considered a last resort.
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