j a white
refinej at juno.com
Mon Jan 12 23:01:27 EST 1998
Does anyone have any experience in successfully removing Bermuda grass?
Someone had once suggested to layer cardboard down on top of it to block
the sunlight, and even punch holes through the cardboard and plant
mangles or the like. Obviously, this particular type of grass is very
tenacious and the roots can go very deep into the soil and will travel a
great distance to search for and seek out light.
Any suggestions would be gratefully appreciated.
Central Valley, California
(it is raining quite heavily now, so the ground is very soft, if not
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