The first step is to kill and remove poor-quality turf, which you can accomplish several ways.
Cut the old lawn as close to grade as possibl… Read more »
St. Augustinegrass (Stenotaphrum secundatum)
St. Augustine grass, despite its coarse leaves is favored in warm, humid climates for its ability to tol… Read more »
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