Is there any way to get rid of an abundance of crab grass in a new customer's lawn this time of year without killing all the good grass? Or would it be best just to tell them that it can be treated next year? It's a new home in Guiest ( a upperclass settlement in Indy). I hate to suggest wiping it all out and reseading the whole thing since I've not done that kind of thing yet. Unless it's not going to be too hard and it will pay well. Other than that, I will suggest he go with one of the treatment companies, Scotts, leisure lawn, ect. I've read that spring is the only real time to prevent it as it dies in the winter, but the seeds survive of course. Any ideas?