Think I’ll hold off on the fire... It’s hot enough out here—107-110 the next 4-5 days!Bermuda grass. Pour gasoline on it, light ‘er up! And it will come back in the spring! LOL
Welcome to the forum from Texas. You can raise a lot of vegetables in small beds.
I’ll trade my Creeping Charlie, ragweed, lambs quarters, crab grass, spotted spurge and thorny pigweed for your Bermuda! AARRGGHH!! No matter what the weed, they are a pain.
Thanks!Better solution would be to fertilize your lawn heavily this Fall. Most of us live on properties that have had many, many owners and the soil is just worn out, encouraging weeds, bc it is natural for plants to cover bare dirt.
You will never rid yourself of Bermuda grass , but you can create a healthier lawn that will fight back for the space.
If you can, make manure tea from horse, rabbit, goat or cow manure. You cook it in a bucket for a week, dilute and "water" the lawn. It can make a big difference and you won't start yet aNOTHER CA fire!