Bermuda grass removal from your landscape can be a daunting task. It seems the more you remove, the more it comes back. It’s like you can’t find the beginning, or the end. Maybe we can help with that!

#1. Start by raking back the mulch down to the dirt, and exposing all of the white roots from the Bermuda

#2. Next, use a shovel to dig on the outskirts of the area where the Bermuda is growing. Try to break up the soil, but don’t remove the dirt.

#3. Then, you will want to begin working the soil with your hands. Put on your gloves, and begin to break apart the soil with your hands. slowly removing the white roots. Making sure to go all the way to the end of each root.

#4. Once you’ve completed this, you can put the dirt and mulch back in the area.

#5. Over the next few weeks, look for any stragglers. If you see a green sprout coming up, repeat the process on that particular area. This should completely eliminate Bermuda from your beds.

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