I have developed an issue in my lawn with an invasive grass -- and I say grass because it seems quite different from a weed. This grass tends to mat in clusters, mixes in with other desired grasses to a degree but eventually crowds them out forming patches( thick mats). Pulling a single sprig it has a brownish stem that then branches into about a dozen green/brown blades. It can become quite thick and ironically actually looks better in the winter because it's green as opposed to the summer where it seems to wither a bit in the heat -- but survives. It is shallow rooted -- it will pull out in clumps if raked hard but is also resilient and comes back and it spreads. Do you know what this is -- and is there a fix?
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