From Family Plot.
Crabgrass likes to grow in unhealthy soil. UT Extension Agent Booker T. Leigh says if you have a problem with crabgrass, you should get a soil test to see how your soil is deficient. He also recommends putting down a pre-emergent herbicide in the fall and spring of the year. This will keep the crabgrass from growing in the first place. UT Extension Agent Chris Cooper lists some pre- and post-emergent herbicides you can use.
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