Easily done before the centipede begins its growth season.
Cut the grass low, then let the fescue grow much taller than the dormant
certipede. Use a sponge or mop to apply roundup to the fescue, while
minimizing any spillage onto the centipede. You'll probably damage a few
areas, but nothing that won't correct itself in a few weeks once the
centipede begins to grow for the summer.
Sure, but...I was just commenting that fescue is a lot tougher than many
think...while most will certainly succumb, there will almost undoubtedly
be some hangers on for quite some time...we've mostly bermuda but
there's still a smattering of various cool grasses scattered throughout
it after twenty years or more...
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