Originally Posted by greendoctor
This will only work if the soil is acid enough and the phosphorus levels are low enough to favor the centipede. I am actually caring for a property that a centipede conversion is in the plan. Acid soil with scrubby looking bermuda and zoysia the majority of the recognizable turf. It the soil is good, you are better off doing what needs to be done to make the bermuda look good. My reason for converting that area to centipede is the lawn is 75 ft up the side of a mountain and there is no way to get a reel mower up there. 21" rotary yes, but not my greensmower.
How are you going to convert this lawn to centipede? Chemically kill out the bermuda & zoysia and start from scratch?
On my original question, my soil is acid enough to favor cenitpede. If I were to attempt to convert the way I explained how would "you" go about? Keep in mind I am not in a rush and I can control all aspects unlike a customers lawn.