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Old 10-01-2012, 11:22 PM
Trueturf Trueturf is offline
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I agree with skipster mostly sedge and a couple broadleaves. Common Bermuda especially with proper fertilizer and adequeate moisture will fill in very rapidly during peak growing months. Also even if the bermuda doesnt completely take over the centipede a mixed stand of both can still make a decent lawn. Just do a little research on Bermudagrass maintenance and you should be just fine.
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