Bermudagrass

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Medusahead

Quackgrass

Field Bindweed

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Hoary Cress

Oxeye Daisy

Poison Hemlock

Black Henbane

Houndstongue

St. Johnswort

Diffuse Knapweed

Russian Knapweed

Spotted Knapweed

Squarrose Knapweed

Purple Loosestrife

Perennial Pepperweed

Saltcedar

Leafy Spurge

Yellow Starthistle

Canada Thistle

Musk Thistle

Scotch Thistle

Dalmatian Toadflax

Yellow Toadflax

Dyer's Woad

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Bermudagrass
Cynodon dactylon
 
Adult
It is a low-growing and sod-forming perennial grass with stolons creeping along the ground and upright stems about 12 inches tall.
Adult
Seedhead
Seedheads have three to seven terminal spikes each about two inches in length.
Weed Infestation
Bermudagrass probably came from Africa. It prefers warmer regions, but it is becoming established in cooler regions as well. It is posing a serious threat to crop production and turf management. It reproduces by seed, rhizomes, and lateral stolons taking root at any node.
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