I have a customer who treats his own lawn. I think I'm going to drop him at the end of the year. It grows way too fast all year long. He treats it himself. I have a question about something he is doing though. It's a mostly fescue lawn. He really goes overboard on the fert. He's going crazy trying to get rid of a couple spots of bermuda grass. Now if it were me I'd just round up them. His approach is to burn them up by applying too much fertilizer. Now he has a couple big brown spots in his lawn. He's wanting me to put down seed. I told him he's crazy.....it's been almost 90 degrees here this week. Way too hot to be seeding. So what's everyone elses opinion on how he's trying to rid his lawn of the bermuda grass and crab grass? I don't apply fert/weed control but if it were my own lawn I'd take a different approach. Any input?