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No

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I have desert landscaping but crabgrass will pop up from time to time.

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What lawn ? I just have a front area with bark and statues for a front yard. I'll pass on the lawn stuff.
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Crab grass is mostly adapted to arid regions and poorly drained, underfertilised soils, some species serve also as food (fonio) or animal fodder: 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digitaria

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digitaria_sanguinalis

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A bit of it.

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No, we have mostly pachysandra and ivy for a lawn.

The crabgrass doesn't have a chance.  :)

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