Japanese Stiltgrass Control in the Home Lawn and Landscape
Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) is an invasive grass that threatens native plants and natural habitats in the eastern United States. Native to Japan, China, central Asia and India. M. vimineum was originally documented in Tennessee in 1919 and is believed to have been accidentally introduced to the United States through its use as a packing material.
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Japanese stiltgrass, lawn, garden, invasive grass
New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
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