A. repens is an aggressive perennial grass, which reproduces by seed and spreads by a shallow mass of long, slender, branching rhizomes. The plants are very resistant to drought and frost.
Couch grass has fascinating root and rhizoma,origin from africa, and widely spread allover the world.Triticum is a pervasive perennial grass growing up to 1.5m in height and found in Europe, Northern Asia, Australia and America.
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
||Quackgrass, medusa s head, Quackgrass rye, Quackgrass grass
|Maximum Reachable Height
|| 30 to 120 cm
||easy to grow
Planting and careIts not easy to control Quackgrass using cultural weed control methods. If you try to hand pull or dig out Quackgrass, it won, t be effective since the rhizomes in the root system are very well-developed and aggressive. You must use post-emergent weed control that is applied professionally in order to get rid of it.To get more insight and information about Creeping Quackgrass, please contact us by giving us a call. We will talk with you and let you know how we can help solve this problem so that you have a nice, lush lawn to enjoy at your home.
Agropyron repens care
Creeping Quackgrass is a green to silver colored perennial grass that has blades, which are flat and pointed. The ligule is quite short and it has a broad and continous collar. The auricles are claw like, slender and clasp near the stem. It has non-compresses sheaths and you will see that the upper sheath is smoth while the lower sheath contains short hai
||Full Sun to Partial Shade
||Apply any organic fertilizer
Agropyron repens special feature
Couch-grass is diuretic and slightly aperient. It is an excellent agent in cases of excessive irritability of the bladder from any cause, lessening the frequency and pain of urination.
Agropyron repens uses
- The plant is used for ornamental purpose
- Couch-grass is diuretic and slightly aperient
- It is an excellent agent in cases of excessive irritability of the bladder from any cause, lessening the frequency and pain of urination