Paspalum grasses are common weeds in lawns, flowerbeds and waste places.
Paspalum is a tufted summer growing perennial grass which spreads with rhizomatous roots. It is characterised by 'sticky' seed heads in late summer. In lawns it forms low growing flat tufts of coarse looking grass.
Manual removal is difficult and will leave roots and rhizomes in the ground which will sprout again.
Paths, Driveways etc.
See advice on control of Coarse Grasses in Lawns.
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