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Re: CULT: Nutgrass and Nihilator

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] CULT: Nutgrass and Nihilator
  • From: JesseLee04@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 13:37:58 EDT

Hi Betty,

We get massive incursions of sedge out here in Tucson, it starts of as a 
plant who first shoots look like a ground-matting mimosa (if that makes any 
sense to you).  Left to grow it wil spread out as ground cover and eventually 
form thorns.  It mats out in a circulars pattern.  The leaves are fernlike 
with a red tinge.  You've got to pull it as soon as you see it because it 
grows very fast, like crazy!



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