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Bermuda Grass --- C.dactylon --- gramilla ...

 
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ANY assistance would be appreciated!!
This PEST seems to be like the Sociopathic Order Followers ---
sprouting EVERYWHERE ---

It is ever so slowly KILLING our Organic Farm here in Uruguay ….
EVERYTHING from trees to bushes and veggies is stunted …
ANY SUGGESTION ?
( without the use of the ‘usual’ toxic chemicals)
would be highly appreciated …
ernesto (in Uruguay)
 
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We have native grass with similar growth characteristics and alway end up having to dig it out, roots, runners and all.  We just started a new experiment of thoroughly clearing a bed and then burying aliminum roof flashing in a trench surrounding the bed. We're basically treating it like miniature bamboo at this point. By this time next year we'll know if the flashing is a working root barrier or not. Sorry I don't have the results yet.
 
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