Just leave it. Down there, it's Centipede, so might be a little slower creeping than Bermuda. It's not that hard to pull it out. I moved that pile of grass today, with the loader, and it looks a lot better, but I didn't think to take a picture.
Still trying to find the right tools for each job. Ordered one of these for one type of plant: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004VMG9BM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Interesting. When we were building, we were told that we could put hot pots and pans on the quartz top with no problem - so we've done just that. I cook 5-6 nights/week, and routinely set pots straight out of the oven or right off the stove onto the countertop. 3-1/2 years in, I can't see any sort of stain or discoloration. Our countertop is dark, and has sort of a terrazzo pattern, so stains might not be too visible - but I looked it over, at an angle under bright light, and I can't see any sign of discoloration.
Probably the same crew that sandblasts the pots and pans and steam cleans the cooktop - wish I was a celebrity chef
When i was shopping the guys that sold the man made quartz tops said heat will discolor them. Maybe that depends on brand? The price was very close between granite and quartz and his advice was "If you use your kitchen go granite, if you want a show kitchen and eat out choose quartz, if your going to sell the house right away go quartz because granite has too many myths and misconceptions surrounding it"
For the TV thing, i don't think they care. They probably have a crew that sands and refinishes it after every show.