I think you are referring to Sand Burrs, which have to be dealt with before the "burrs or seeds" appear. I live in an area that has a lot of sand burrs. I try to find the plant and kill it early in the spring before it goes to seed in the fall. If you use a lawn sweeper every time you mow you will pick up all of the burrs that are lying on the ground waiting to germinate. Use the lawn sweeper for a whole season and you will definitely know the difference next year. You can dig the plant up with a dandelion fork or just spray each plant with Round-Up. Eventually your grass will cover the bare spots.
Caompacting sand under a brick patio?
Type of sand for setting bed
Can I use sandy soild instead of "coarse sand" for p...
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