What are the black spots in St Augustine grass?

Answer A popular lawn grass in the southern United States, St. Augustine grass is vulnerable to forming unappealing dark leaf spots, called gray leaf spot. If not remedied, this can blight your entire law... Read More »

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How do I kill Bermuda grass in St. Augustine grass?

Pull it UpPull up the Bermuda grass by the roots in the summer. Mark the area where the grass was with a stake as you move through the yard. If you can't get all the roots up by hand, use a small h... Read More »

Is centipede grass a st. augustine grass?

Centipede grass (Eremochloa ophiuroides) is not a St. Augustine grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum). Centipede grass is a lighter green, less shade tolerant and more cold tolerant then St. Augustine gr... Read More »

How to Sod St. Augustine Grass?

St. Augustine is a favorite grass for southern temperatures and climates. The grass offers medium hardiness, and can live in both dryer and wetter conditions. St. Augustine grass is usually propaga... Read More »

How do I lay St. Augustine grass?

Prepare SoilTest the lawn soil pH, as St. Augustine sod grows best in a pH of 5.0 to 8.5. Work limestone into the soil if the pH is below 5.0 or ground rock sulfur if the soil pH is higher than 8.5... Read More »