What can I use to kill the weeds in my Bermuda Lawn.

@venshida (4839)
United States
May 3, 2009 9:08am CST
I have Bermuda grass, and the last two years I had a lawn care company treat the lawn. It was absolutely gorgeous. Last year, I could not afford it so had to drop the lawn service. I now have so much weeds. The lawn is still dormant, and I was wondering should I wait until it is pass it's dormant stage to put down some kind of weed killer or can I add something now.
1 response
• United States
3 May 09
You need to find a pre-emergant treatment. There was one I saw online however I didn't have the money for it that I wanted to try it's a by product of corn. I believe I saw it on GardensAlive's catalog. Otherwise I have heard of something I think made with Borax, I have yet to try this one as I always forget about it until after the weeds already have a stake in my lawn. I've been working on the theory that my neighbor has.... if it's green let it be *LOL*
• United States
3 May 09
Oh I forgt to you can use white vinegar in a squirt bottle for spot treatments. But if you can't get a chemical down or don't want to use a chemical best way is to try to use a weed popper tool.
@venshida (4839)
• United States
3 May 09
I thought it was to late for a preemergent. I am going to try the vinegar on my flower bed.