Bermuda & St. Augustine Grass

Discussion in 'Homeowner Assistance Forum' started by Clay S, May 18, 2001.

  1. Clay S

    Clay S LawnSite Member
    from Houston
    Messages: 2

    I have Bermuda that is encroaching into my yard of established St. Augustine. :angry: Does anyone now how I can get rid of the Bermuda without killing the St. Augustine?
  2. ejenkins

    ejenkins LawnSite Member
    Messages: 7

    Sorry i dont have a remedy, only sympathy. Years ago i had a beautiful fescue lawn that was weed free. Only on in the summer common bermuda (that's what we call it here in the south) kept creeping in. Finally i said if i can't beat it i will join it! Now I have a beautiful bermuda lawn that is very drought tolerant, which tou need to have here in the hot south. I've been tho Houston and I know it is hotter and more humid. Good luck on an answer.
  3. curlawngreen

    curlawngreen Banned
    Messages: 309

    A product called "Prograss"
  4. Clay S

    Clay S LawnSite Member
    from Houston
    Messages: 2

    I wouldn't mind a thinner blade grass vs. St Augustine, but I need something that is shade tolerant and wouldn't be invasive to my neighbor's lawn.
    I've yet to find any info on Prograss to see if it would be a viable solution.
  5. Fantasy Lawns

    Fantasy Lawns LawnSite Bronze Member
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