crab grass and weeds appearing in the hill are removed by hand.
This would mean that sometimes, as where crab grass has a firm hold, disking may be necessary at least for a time every spring.
In June crab grass sprang up on the ground, and being cut when in blossom, produced a good crop of hay in August.
In another column a Kansas correspondent speaks of the crab grass in an exceedingly favorable way.
The bulk of the hay now produced is from the crab grass that volunteers in cultivated fields.
Last spring I fenced twelve acres of old stalk ground well seeded to crab grass.
Blue grass frequently behaves thus in the North, and crab grass in the South.
It is known as crop grass, crab grass, wire grass, and crow's foot (Eleusine Indica).