Can my lawn be saved or is it time to dig it up and re-sod?
I have two problems that I am trying to knock out with the least amount of work possible.
The first problem is I have bluegrass taking over my yard. It started out this season in small patches and has managed to cover most of the back yard now.
The second problem is the unevenness of the yard. There are small holes from a dog digging, medium hills from a sandbox that was removed, and large grading that was never leveled when the house was built.
I thought I might be able to kill two birds with one stone. My thought is to kill off the current yard (with something like roundup), get top soil brought in and spread across the yard, then seed with new grass.
Is there anything that I am looking over here that might be an easier plan of attack? If I do use something like round up, is there any standard time I would need to wait before replanting?
Details: I am in zone 6B. Primarily people have Fescue (which is what I currently have) but a few do have Bermuda.