grass growing threw the liner

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grass growing threw the liner

Postby robin » Fri 28 Jul, 2006 14:57

ive had my pool one week and already the pool is filling with grass help :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:


Postby unionpacific4018 » Thu 10 Aug, 2006 06:53

If you have a lot of grass growing through it seems to me you need to replace the liner only after killing all of the grass
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Postby Walter » Thu 10 Aug, 2006 07:06

maybe even lay down a weed barrier before putting in new liner
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What did you do?

Postby ghederer » Sun 22 Jul, 2007 20:42

What did you do to solve your problem? I need all the help I can get. My pool has only been up for 1 1/2 weeks.

Need your suggestions.
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Postby Backglass » Mon 23 Jul, 2007 07:39

Wait...grass is growing THROUGH a brand new liner?

Do you live near a nuclear plant by chance? :lol:

Sorry, but I have never seen that happen. I would try to dig a trench all the way around the pool and try to find roots, etc to spray with roundup. Grass wont grow in total darkness so the "motherplant" must be getting sunlight from somewhere near your pool and shooting out runners underneath.

Kill the source and you kill your invaders.
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