• WordNet 3.6
    • n quackgrass European grass spreading rapidly by creeping rhizomes; naturalized in North America as a weed
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In literature:

From table 1 it may be seen that quackgrass, alfalfa, wild lettuce, and cleavers were common.
"Natural History of the Prairie Vole (Mammalian Genus Microtus)" by E. W. Jameson
Nothing in the way of vegetation except a species of harsh quackgrass grew within the radius covered by this deposit.
"The Land of Lure" by Elliott Smith

In news:

Eight years ago, Robert Krentz quit fighting quackgrass and started managing it for maximum production.