what type is suitable to plant in Fiji.
Most of the grasses I want to kill are cogon.
We are a gardening website, so large-scale farming isn't normally within our scope. Most agricultural sites recommend using chemicals such as glyphosate to kill cogon grass.
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In doing spring raking this is happening. The grass appears dead on top then when raked comes out in clumps right down to the soil.
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Need to plant on the back yard now.
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there? The soil here is a sandy/clay mix. I don't know what kind of grass is currently growing, probably just something native, along with different weeds (I don't think anything was ever planted. The are I'm talking about is fairly large, probably 8 acres or more. I am from LA where St. Augustine in grown frequently, but I don't think it will survive here. I would like something that will grow every year, without having to re-seed every year.
You are in zone 7a. Here are grass varieties for zones 7 to 10. Not sure how they will do without any prep but you can certainly try. I can tell you from experience that Bermudagrass is tough and once it's established is pretty hardy. It has creeping rhizomes. It's the bane of everyone who starts a garden and doesn't get all the Bermuda killed out.
It will go dormant in a drought, but comes back when moisture returns.
Sundancer gets rave reviews as an improved form of buffalo grass.
Understand spring applications of, yet best product is not mentioned. Thanks.
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