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Problems with nut grass, Bradford pears

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Question: Is there any easy solution to getting nut grass out of a flowerbed? I bought some good topsoil and topped it off with some topsoil that came in bags. I made the bed late last fall and did not have any problem until this month. It is now thick with nut grass and seems the more I pull the more it spreads. Is there any solution other than to dig it all out and ship it to the landfill?

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