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Saint Augustine grass and Bermuda grass can coexist but there will be issues. Saint Augustine grass needs less fertilizer and usually grows faster. So it could make mowing the grass a frequent chore.


Only the new Royal Blue grass bomb, currently being developed in BRITAIN. pets. Get a dog for a little while. The St Augustine just can't stand up to medium traffic. Walking back and forth can kill it just as easily. For me I am trying to do the opposite. Kill the Bermuda which is not a pretty grass to me - blue green color and wire-like - while trying to get the St Augustine a deep green lush grass that blocks weeds easily to grow in its place.


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