Answer: If by removal you mean you are going to cut it all down and then dig it out or rototil the stubs and roots, it will be easier going if the grass is dry. You can use a scythe to cut things down, or a weed whacker fitted with a metal blade. All the debris should be raked or forked out and then you can rototil the rest. Prior to rototilling an application of Round Up or Brush B Gon should kill the roots of the grass and weeds. Start small and systematically work your way through the yard. By fall you should be ready to plant. Good luck with your project!
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