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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by texas, Mar 5, 2006.
what is the best way to kill grass to prepare for sodding?
Round-up if you have a pesticide applicator's license.
If you don't you could hire out the application or use steam....
Hot water really kills grass fast...ask me how I know
Call all of your customers with dogs and invite them over to the site for a spring get-together.
ok, i'll play along...........So Splicer, how do you know?
Round up w /appropriate license of course.
diaquat or para quat then wait a 3 days and let it die then disc or till it up then wait a week or so until it sprouts again and respray .of course it all depends on the grass . if it is bermuda good luck killin it all .
Glyphosate (Roundup) is your safest bet. A few days later, work your seed in (by whatever means you are using....do NOT till). If you see new growth coming in WITHIN seven days after putting the seed down, respray over the top with glyphosate again.