Getting rid of Crabgrass in Bermuda
I got issues with crabgrass(atleast thats what I think it is) coming up in my bermuda. The sod was placed down in late march and is doing fairly well except for the weeds. I put some broadleaf control fertilizer(weed n feed) down about 2 months ago and that killed all the broadleaf weeds. I read last night on here that baking soda sprinkled lightly on wet crabgrass helps kill it, some I put some out this afternoon. I managed to empty the whole box(16oz) on a section of the lawn that contained a good bit of crabgrass. So I'll see how the crabgrass and bermuda responds to that before continuing with that treatment. Now if it doesn't seem to help I guess I'll have to wait til late winter to put out some pre-emgergant out. What lesco product should I get? Lesco's website doesn't make it too easy to find the best product for particular tasks.
Also for regular summer feedings what product will give the best outcome. I just fertilized earlier in the day with 34-0-0. Is that adequate or should I get something that has some other ingredients besides just nitrogen?
I'll try to post some pictures of the crabgrass later to make sure that's what it is.