Originally Posted by Landscape Poet
From what I have seen on the lawns that have irrigation and have the lawn properly cared for with maint and fert and squirt....I would tend to agree with you. Like we have discussed it would be a little more forgiving if something did go wrong as you could simply overseed like the guys up north vs the high cost of sodding.
The green that these bahia lawns have in the early early spring here is much much darker green compared to the St. Augustine lawns that surround them.
How is weed control on them Ric...is there a wider selection of herbicides that can be used on them than say S.A?
Believe it or not I use a low rate of Roundup to control broad leafs. But the real point is there are several good herbicides for Bahia. There are Ag labeled pesticides that work even better.
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