FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — University of Arkansas researchers Greg Thoma, Craig Beyrouty and Duane Wolf think crabgrass deserves more respect. In fact, the results of their greenhouse study indicate crabgrass may be able to clean up soils heavily contaminated with petroleum.
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