It’s an easy mistake to make, and we’ve all done it at some point. It’s spring or early summer. We see that weird patch of grass in our lawn and think, “Oh no, crabgrass!” But in Utah and many other parts of the country, crabgrass does not come out until much later, usually July/August. So what is that awful grass ruining the uniformity of your lawn? It’s one of several different grasses that we at Eco Lawn Science refer to generally as “pasture grass” or “junk grass.” And it would be great if the only issue here was that people were calling a weed by the wrong name. Unfortunately it’s a lot more complicated. There are pretty solid solutions for crabgrass. For “pasture grass”? Not so much. Learn more in this episode.