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Mosses produce spores instead of seeds and absorb nutrients and moisture from the air because they lack true roots. They form coarse, green or yellowish-green clumps in the bare areas of the lawn. The presence of moss indicates the growing conditions are

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Goosegrass is an annual grassy weed that resembles crabgrass. The stems all radiate out from a central point and grow low to the ground. The portion of the stems closest to the center of the plant are silver or white.
Because of deep roots, hand pulling isn't enough to keep this stubborn weed from coming back every spring
Poa annua is one of the most common grassy weeds in the U.S. It is light green in color and produces unsightly seed heads in spring. The plants usually die off in summer.
How to control these problem weeds.
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Blossom end rot is a disorder caused when developing fruit can't get enough calcium. It can cause large, dark lesions to form that can cover as much as 1/2 of the fruit. Because it is not a disease, fungicides and other disease control products are ineff
Henbit is a common annual weed found throughout the U.S. Plants have green or purplish square stem, round or heart-shaped leaves with rounded teeth on the edges. Orchid-like flowers are produced in whorls at the tops of the stems in mid-spring.
Difficult to completely eliminate, the plant (root and all) needs to be removed or they can grow right back