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Old 09-21-2012, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by kawakx125 View Post
so it won't kill any existing fescue or bluegrass? i'm most likely going to be using a blend of that to get some repairing ability
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Old 09-21-2012, 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by kawakx125 View Post
whoever owned my house before planted some bermuda in my front yard at one point and the rest of the yard is fescue. looks like crap here and i'd like to get rid of it. so far its got 2 or 3 applications of roundup and been scalped and raked heavily. i can see some shoots starting to green up again, my question is is there a product that will kill the bermuda ONLY next year if i go ahead and overseed fescue now? or some granular product i can use now to wipe everything out and just wait till spring to overseed? i should have researched this before i went ahead and tried to kill it like everything else, i didn't realize it was that stubborn since its not common around here. all we really have is fescue or bluegrass lawns
I'm surprised bermuda will survive the winter in Mo. It should not thrive, certainly. Are you sure its bermudagrass?
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