I am located in Southeastern Va. and I got a call from a potential customer in the neighborhood today. Another LCO seeded his yard with bermuda 2 weeks ago. The lot is about 12k and it is new construction, so there was no grass, but quite a bit of weeds. The LCO killed all weeds, aerated, seeded and applied starter fert. LCO reccomended to wait till fall to seed with tall fescue but customer wanted grass NOW! The problem now is there is alot of crabgrass and dallisgrass coming up and the bermuda is coming in slow. I told the customer that the weeds could be spot treated, the bermuda would fill in eventually if fertilized properly and I also told him that I would have never planted bermuda. I explained on how invasive to the flower beds this grass is and that 99% of the people here treat bermuda as a weed. His current LCO did not explain this to him. After our talk he now regrets seeding with bermuda. He asked if I could kill the bermuda and re-seed with tall fescue or install sod. My opinion is that I don't think all the bermuda would die off and there are still fresh bermuda seeds down that could possibly germinate. My opinion is the bermuda would come back if I seeded or sodded. I told customer to spot treat for weeds and see how it turns out and overseed with rye in the fall to keep yard green thru winter. Does anyone have any opinions on this.