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Yellow Nut Sedge (cyperus esculentus): This is a perennial weed that spreads both by seed and by underground runners. It grows best in full sun and disturbed soils. It spreads quickly, so pull it out now! Cut the seed heads but pull after. You will have to treat herbicides next year. Evil weed. It also produces 'nutlets' in the ground that will reproduce next year, not grass!

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Information and recipes for tiger nuts, Cyperus esculentus (chufa) including what it is, which parts are edible, history and example recipes from Africa and Europe.

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How to win the weed war

Yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus)

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What the heck is Nut Sedge

Yellow Nutsedge (P) (Cyperus esculentus) - family: Cyperaceae (Sedge) - MSU Turf…

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Members' Gardens - Catalonia - Santolina chamaecyparissus, Rosa 'Snow Carpet', Stipa tenuifolia, apricot tree, Cyperus esculentus, Pennisetum orientale, Grevillea lanigera, Savia fulgens 'Ananas', Lantana montevidensis. Climbers: Passiflora jamesonii, Hardenbergia violacea, Rosa ‘Pierre de Ronsard’.

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Yellow nutsedge (yperus esculentus) This was the unidentified sedge growing in the lower garden- should pull it out.

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