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Re: sod cutter?

Repeated applications of roundup. I'd do that before removing the sod and wait until the bermuda grass is dead, then cut off the sod. You'll still have it crop up, but if you spray it when it's small, it's managable.
We have used both manual & mechanical sod cutters. Mechanical is quicker for large areas, but you will want manual if you have small areas and for the edges. Keep the blade sharp on the manual one.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho, where the lightening storm set more fires. less smoke after noon. praying for rain

From: "Theresa W." <tchessie1@sbcglobal.net>

So- what does kill Bermuda grass??
. . . . .

Have any of you used a sod cutter to remove your existing lawn?  Just
curious how hard they are to use.  It finally came to my attention


that my back yard is inundated with bermuda grass-
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