When the doctors office calls you to come in and discuss bloodwork! Usually, they don't call if all is well.
I have been gaining weight really fast lately and had my thyroid checked and a few other labs. Now I am nervous.
If your blood went to either Quest or LabCorp both have apps where you can see and track your results yourself. Yes you always want a clinical professional to interpret them, but you can see them and start to learn what to look for.
It has taken the fear out of blood work for me and I get 25-30 vials drawn at a time 2 times a year.
After hurricane Ike we ended up with all kinds of weird weeds and such in our yard. Took me pulling it by hand and using weed and feed more often. This year was the first for us to get this type in our yard as well. Best thing is pulling it roots and all before it spreads
It's not the same as the Johnson grass I'm used to seeing. The roots aren't the same.
One of my houses has it though and it seems to die out as it gets hotter, so I'm wondering if it's not a strain of fescue. Last year it took off way ahead of the native grasses, but disappeared about June. This year seems the same.
My lawn looks exactly like your picture. I almost accused my lawn man of not cutting the lawn last year because it grew so fast. Two or three days after a cutting, it was four inches high. Looked terrible.
If you read the label on most seed sacks, hey contain a very high percentage of tall fescue. If you don't let it go to seed, it will stop growing once we stop having cool nights.