Spray MSMA on it and you'll have bermuda. Would take a couple of applications and a couple of years.
quote:I'm absolutely positive you can.
Pretty certain you can't get MSMA anymore.
MSMA CONTINUES TO BE ON THE MARKET
The Organic Arsenical Products Task Force (OAPTF) would like to clarify to its users and distributors that under the terms of the 2009 agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the sale, distribution, and use of MSMA products labeled for golf course, sod farms, and highway rights of way will continue.
With the regard to cotton – the 2009 agreement with the EPA provides for unconditional reregistration for use of MSMA on cotton.
The OAPTF in cooperation with the EPA has been advised that the December 31, 2013 use date restriction for the continued use of MSMA on Golf courses, Sod farms, and Highway Rights of Way has been rescinded. Persons having in their possession Drexel MSMA 6 Plus or MSMA 6.6, with this December 31, 2013 use date restriction on the label, may continue to sell and use the product in a manner described on the label past the December 31st date as this date has been rescinded by the EPA.
quote:You're welcome and you're not nearly alone. Many people believe what you did- as did I until recently.
Learn something new. Was told I could not buy it. Now I need to buy some.
quote:That's what I was referring too. To add to that, I told a friend if I had to do it over I may have a TWO bedroom house and let the kids share.
Having had a large 2.5 acre yard, let me give my view. When you get older, mowing that damn thing gets old, even with a ZTR.
I'm in the process of selling my big place. Had I to do all over again, I would have built a smaller house, and fenced in a little 120' x 120' area for the house and a small manicured yard I can push mow. The rest could be pasture to mow a few times a year.
quote:That's how I feel about bermuda. In fact I was always envious of those with St Aug cause I thought it was low maintenance- I never see them screwing with it.
St Augusting invites a host of problems (chinch bugs and fungus). It looks great, but it's maintenance time and money I'd rather spend with family.
Just mow the 'yard' area down to the correct height and you'll get better grass over time