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Name an effective way, tool, etc to clean out and remove this pictured in post. Thanks.
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if you shoot grass clippings into beds it could contain seeds.LOL!!! He said "PRAY it out!" HAHAHAHAHA!!!
Look at the photo. It's NOT clippings.
This is the best option. But I like the cardboard and spray system outlined above if the customer is "low budget"Bed edge it and then spray with glyphosate in order to kill grass. Wait 10 to 14 days and then churn it up with tiller, shovel whatever, and re-mulch it.
From Purdue University:Define the goal as that will determine how much work you do up front. Also, some suggest using glyphosate and, I'm not sure if client can then set annuals, perennials, shrubs in that spot this Spring. Know where this is going before deciding on the action to take.