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Old 07-15-2014, 01:11 PM
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Did you say Ontario? So that means you cannot (legally speaking) use herbicides. In that case, your original thought--sod--is the best course of action. Wait till about August 15 as the weather is more suitable and most weeds and crabgrass are no longer a problem. If you are in the frozen north--wait until the fall daily high temps fall to below 80, (26.6 C). If that is late July--fine.
Remove the present weeds and crabgrass any way you can--flame thrower--dry ice--vinegar--black plastic--whatever works for you.
Naturally, correct the problems that caused the weeds in the first place. And...keep the new sod well watered--during establishment--and thereafter also. Sod grass--(if high quality)--will be denser and resist weed invasion.
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Old 07-15-2014, 02:15 PM
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Yeh i believe your right about the herbicide thing. So if a customer asks me to get rid of weeds, how do i do it? also if i do sod im afraid it will look liike this and ill lose that customer http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-i-NPI5XXaG.../s1600/sod.JPG
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