To a large extent this can be obviated by plowing the pastures whenever the carpet grass seems to be obtaining the upper hand.
At McNeill the pasturage on areas that have long been closely grazed is carpet grass.
If this be true, it would not be economy to go to any particular trouble to retain the Bermuda instead of the carpet grass.
carpet grass does not grow so tall, but is green for a longer period.
How can Bermuda or carpet grass pasture best be established?
It may, indeed, be found more economical not to try to save the Bermuda after the carpet grass crowds it.