Crabgrass dies when temperatures dip into the low 40's  or colder. Crabgrass can be distinguished by its fine texture and it tends to smother and grow over the St. Augustinegrass. Doug Caldwell

Crabgrass dies when temperatures dip into the low 40's or colder. Crabgrass can be distinguished by its fine texture and it tends to smother and grow over the St. Augustinegrass. Doug Caldwell

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