Will i have a lawn this year/
We rent a house with a horrible lawn, we live in coastal north carolina zone 8 i think. The lawn is centipede grass and it is full of weeds. there were too many weeds to weed and feed. We seeded last week with bermuda, but just seeded over top of the existing lawn. Pulled the weeds first and filled in the holes and aerated the high traffic areas that were bare, seeded, applied a light layer of peat.
Wiill he bermuda be able to choke out the weeds and spread given proper maintenance to have a lawn this summer? Can the bermuda take over the centipede? the centipede was hurting anyways, spare and patchy. New weeds have popped up, should i continue to pull them while waiting on the seed, it would cause bare spots again, or could i leave them (mainly the clover keeps popping up)
We only seeded the backyard so far, it is what was in the worst shape, and due to the size of the yard it was unrealistic for me to be able to water twice a day front and back since i have to move the sprinkler so many times to finish the backyard. approx how long before i can lessen the watering.
will my lawn be able to repair itself / spread as long as some establish?