Dallisgrass can be one of the most challenging to control lawn weeds for Tennessee homeowners. Dallisgrass is a perennial grass that spreads from rhizomes (below ground stems) and seeds. This growth pattern creates a clump of course leaves with greenish-gray leaves. Even with herbicides, control of dallisgrass is difficult and sometimes the best option to eliminate it from a home lawn is renovation. This publication provides an overview of dallisgrass as a weed in lawns and the options for control in the lawn.
Published by: University of Tennessee Extension
Date Published: February 2009
Link to Resource: https://extension.tennessee.edu/publications/Documents/SP642.pdf