Crabgrass will appear on a lawn where it has room to grow, especially if the lawn is growing thinly in an unfertilized and poorly drained area. Crabgrass can also spread in empty areas of lawns or gardens. One plant can produce 150,000 seeds per season, causing it to overtake its surroundings.
Here is an excellent article on crabgrass (its life cycle, its methods of seed dispersal, and the havoc that it wreaks!): http://www.ehow.com/about_6517575_do-crabgrass-seeds-spread_.html
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