|How do you tell the difference between crabgrass and burmuda grass ?
|Answer from NGA
March 29, 2010
|Large crabgrass leaves are usually pale blue green in color while smooth crabgrass is normally a dull green. The leaves of both types of crabgrass are rough on the margins and sharply pointed. Large crabgrass leaves can be 2 to 6 inches long while smooth crabgrass reaches approximately 4 inches in length. Both have leaves 1/4 inch wide. Crab grass has a wider leaf structure than the bermuda. Hope this helps you identify the weeds!
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