Joined: Sun Mar 09, 2003 11:17 am Posts: 315 Location: Dallas,TEXAS
Using 10 or 20% vinegar on them directly will shrivel them up in no time. A pump up sprayer or hand-held spray bottle is all you need, but whatever you use, make sure you minimize spraying the surrounding turf or it too will brown. St. Augustine will usually bounce back very quickly from overspray.
The biggest thing you could probably do to help your customers is educate them as much as you can about organic lawn maintenance principles. Specifically that it's not necessarily in the best interests for your soil's health to eliminate every single variety of "weed" in the lawn. Certainly that's a tough line to sell for the vast majority of homeowners you're likely to come across, but that's what I'd try to do in your shoes where possible.
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