I have tried for about 5 years to get my St. Augustine grass to grow in my backyard with little or no success. There are lots of shade trees (in central Texas), it gets plenty of water, and I fertilize regularly; but now I am considering a different approach–a different type of grass or no grass at all. The area is about 30 x 100.
With the cold north Florida winter, much of my St. Augustine lawn was damaged. Now, the centipede grass seems to be recovering quicker than the St. Augustine, causing a near takeover of centipede grass. How do I get rid of the centipede without killing the entire lawn?
I have St. Augustine grass and would like to know what fertilizer is best to keep it looking green. Last year I had a supply of Bandini that worked really well, but I was told by the nursery that Bandini is no longer in business. Do you know of a good substitute for Bandini?
Or where I can find Bandini?
My yard has St. Augustine and Bermuda grass. Which one roots the other out?
Will St. Augustine grass root out other grasses and/or weeds?
I’m looking for St. Augustine grass seeds. I live in southern Texas, and with lack of rain, I need it to fill in. I can’t find it down here. When do you seed your lawn?
We have just had our yard sodded in St. Augustine grass. We get sun approximately 4-5 hours per day. Do I need to fertilize, and if so, what do you recommend?
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