Cyperus rotundus is a species of sedge (Cyperaceae) native to Africa, southern
and central ... The names "nut grass" and "nut sedge" – shared with the related
Learn more about the Nut-grass - with amazing Nut-grass photos and facts on ...
The shape of the tubers gives the nut-grass its scientific name, 'rotundus', ...
Depending on your turf type and latitude, you can help control nutsedge or
nutgrass by changing the way you mow. Mowing your lawn at the proper height, ...
Scientific names, Common names. Cyperus rotundus Linn. Balisanga (Ilk.)
Cyperus hexastachys Rottb. Barsanga (Ilk.) Cyperus odoratus Osbeck, Boto-
Nut grass, also called nutsedge, is a horrifically resilient weed that plagues ... It
has strong roots and nodules that are often referred to as "nuts" (hence the name)
. ... you may end up spreading them into another area of your lawn by doing so.
Mar 7, 2013 ... A historical botanical drawing of yellow nutsedge, Cyperus ... Nutgrass is the
common term for what a weed expert said is technically nutsedge.
Nut Grass. Botanical Name(s): Cyperus Rotundus Family Name: Cperaceae
Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magnoliophyta Class: Liliopsida Order: Poales
Nutgrass. Cyperus rotundus sprouting. Nutgrass seed detail. Nutgrass infestation
. Nutgrass seeds ... Common names. Also known ... Exotic. Origin. This species is
thought to be native to parts of Asia and Africa, but its exact origin is obscure.
A true sedge and not a grass, it reproduces by rhizomes, seed, and the
underground tubers from which it gets its 'nutty' name. There are over 600
species in its ...
Family: Cyperaceae. Names: Cyperus is from the Greek kypeiros or the Latin ...
Nutgrass refers to the nut like tubers on the roots and the grass like leaves.