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Tom ZogasMemberDecember 17, 2022 at 9:21 am010943
Quack grass is also a sign of compaction in my experience. It grows horizontally below the surface, and doesn’t seem to be impeded by a compaction layer.
When it grows in loose soil it behaves better – less rhizomey. Check out the quack grass photos used as the header for the carbon course.