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Believed to be a native plant to Asia, Green kyllinga was first reported in the country about 50 years ago. In the last 10 to 15 years, it has developed into a major problem for turfgrass and landscape managers. Green kyllinga is often mistaken as purple or yellow nutsedge, but its growth habits, reproduction, and morphology are different. The main problem with green kyllinga is that it grows in dense mats which can quickly take over a garden or lawn and be an eyesore. Kyllinga then makes little nutsedge seed heads which can make 5, seeds per year which grow all year round before going dormant in the wintertime. Pulling or digging them out disperses the seeds.

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Key to weeds in turf Green kyllinga is a perennial sedge with narrow, grasslike leaves. In the warm season, green kyllinga grows more rapidly than most turfgrasses; its dense mats can even crowd out bermudagrass. Although it is most problematic in turf and ornamental plantings it also inhabits ditches and landscaped areas.

In California it is found to about feet m in the Central Valley from Sacramento to Southern California, in the South and Central Coast regions from San Diego County probably to southeastern San Francisco Bay, but is not usually associated with agricultural land in the state.

The plant grows best in moist or wet areas that receive full sun, but it can survive some shade and drying once established. Leaf edges and the lower midvein are sparsely covered with tiny barbs that are rough to the touch. Green kyllinga is dormant during the cool season, remaining green in mild-winter areas, and turning brown or purplish brown in colder regions. Although similar looking to yellow or purple nutsedge, green kyllinga does not have underground tubers and has green rather than yellow or purple flowers.

Flowers Flowers bloom from May through October and sometimes earlier in warm locations. Flowering stalks are triangular in cross-section and terminate in a globular, dense flower head consisting of green flowers. A group of three long leaflike structures bracts radiates out from the stalk beneath the flower head.

There are thirty to seventy-five spikelets within each flower head, each one capable of producing one seed. Reproduction Reproduces by seed and from horizontal, creeping, underground stems rhizomes that can produce new shoots.

Under appropriate conditions, new plants can form from rhizome fragments that have at least one stem joint node. Related or similar plants.

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Kyllinga brevifolia

Glossary Mature green kyllinga plant. Green kyllinga, Kyllinga brevifolia, is a weedy sedge that is becoming a major problem in turf and ornamental plantings in California. The genus Kyllinga consists of about 40 species that are distributed worldwide in subtropical and warm temperate regions. Green kyllinga has been reported as a weed problem from Florida across the Southeastern United States into Arizona, California, and Hawaii. Green kyllinga is believed to have originated in Asia and was reported as a weed in California more than 50 years ago. However, it has developed into a major problem for turfgrass and landscape managers during the last 10 to 15 years.

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Key to weeds in turf Green kyllinga is a perennial sedge with narrow, grasslike leaves. In the warm season, green kyllinga grows more rapidly than most turfgrasses; its dense mats can even crowd out bermudagrass. Although it is most problematic in turf and ornamental plantings it also inhabits ditches and landscaped areas. In California it is found to about feet m in the Central Valley from Sacramento to Southern California, in the South and Central Coast regions from San Diego County probably to southeastern San Francisco Bay, but is not usually associated with agricultural land in the state. The plant grows best in moist or wet areas that receive full sun, but it can survive some shade and drying once established.

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