Guys, My turf is tall fescue and during the hot months, it got invaded by both Bermuda (I killed all the bermuda based on comments from other pro users from this forum) and now... Saint Augustine. Saint Augustine has invaded my tall fescue much more than I first expected. I started applying some roundup everywhere but soon realized that this cannot be the solution. It's spreading everywhere and pushing the nice fescue more and more and if I keep doing this I will be forced to resod the whole front lawn. My wife is really upset at me because our front lawn of our new house is all yellow and green from me trying to erradicate the Saint Augustine and the bermuda. Is there a way to erradicate or slow down the growth of this invading Saint Augustine grass so I will not loose all my tall fescue to it or is it a lost battle before I even try? I never had those problems back east. Growing tall fescue back east is really not a problem. I guess I have to learn the hard way like the pigrims of the west... Thank you so much in advance guys. All your comments will be very much appreciated. Pete San Diego, California.