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  1. Ahaha fucking brilliant long game by the Target employees trying to get out of the end-of-month inventory.
  2. one of the idiot Trumpkins on my nextdoor feed was arguing that he won't wear a mask because "what about the homeless huh???!!! they're not wearing them so...."
  3. I braised about 5 lbs of spice rubbed short ribs done Asian style (beer, stock, mirepoix, fish sauce, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, gojuchang, brown sugar...) with stone ground grits and baby bok choy. This was one of the best dishes I've made in months. Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk
  4. I zen out with a weed puller and a bucket or something to put them in, put on some headphones and go to work pulling them by hand. Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk
  5. that looks like dallisgrass to me https://aggieturf.tamu.edu/turfgrass-weeds/dallisgrass/
  6. Link to the Aggy soil testing dept https://agrilifeextension.tamu.edu/solutions/soil-testing/ And their Bermuda calendar and information https://agrilifeextension.tamu.edu/library/landscaping/bermudagrass-home-lawn-management-calendar/
  7. Just for reference, a before and after of de-thatching followed by fertilizer on the side of my house. I was kicking myself after i de-thatched because my lawn looked as green as my neighbor's and then it looked DEAD. But Cactus was right, the bermuda bounced back nicely within a couple of weeks. Still not ideal but it's getting there.....
  8. First thing to do right now is to get down some pre-emergent and spot treat for weeds. Bermuda will come back with a force if you water it, feed it with fertilizer, and get rid of weeds. I would caution against overseeding with top soil and bermuda seed because you probably won't get the same type of bermuda and it could look patchy once you get your lawn back into full growth. I would get the pre-emergent asap and also send a soil sample to A&M Agrilife so you know the ph of your soil.
  9. I agree, my first house had St. Augustine and there was one troublesome area near a planter bed that looked dead as shit. I lightly dethatched it with a thatch rake and saw definite improvement. However, be aware that many say you should never dethatch St. Augustine because it can kill it. Otoh it looks like you have a lot of dead grass blocking any new growth. I suggest you take a small sample with an aerator or garden spade and look at the top layer of soil and see if there's a lot of thatch buildup.
  10. Ah my post pics are all fucked up here's the unidentified weedgrass offender.
  11. https://theathletic.com/podcast/31-755-is-real/?episode=72 This one? Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk
  12. I was there that day, fun times. Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk
  13. You forgot this dude Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk
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