Guys I have a question about my own yard. Bermuda is taking the area over by storm. Many people trying to get rid of it with no luck. Round-up, then tilling, and UV filtered plastic tarps over it works to no luck. I want to start to uniform my lawn. I have bermuda growing in my front yard. 15' x 30' patch in my rough bluegrass/fescue yard. Should I A) Attempt to kill it and and plant new grass which could be tough. If so any tried and proven methods? Or B) Submit to the Bermuda and plug the entire yard, which I have two questions about. Bermuda doesn't grow well in shade. What's a good shade grass that would blend well with bermuda? Also how do guys take care of Bermuda taking over beds and bushes. It already killed one small evergreen. It grows under ground to as much as 8". Should I dig and pour barrier? Tell me how you guys "do it in the south"? Thanks.