Today, i busted my tail, preparing for a landscape installation. About the time my clothes were wringing with sweat, i had this thought that there must be an easier way to prepare for a landscape than to cut the sod and remove it. I suppose i could bring soil in to the site, but there is hardly any soil that gets transported that doesnt already have an butt load of bermuda in it already. If i were to spray the site (fescue) a day before i were to start installing plants, and then till it up, would i still get good results?? I imagine that the bermuda or zoysia is ALWAYS going to be there whether i dig it out or not, but still i'm thinking that sod removal is going to be the best bet. is there anything that will kill the stolons or rhyzomes and yet allow me to till it w/out having to remove it?