ABOUT COMMON BERMUDAGRASS
Common bermuda grass is drought resistant and grows on many soils, it also makes a good turf if fertilized and mowed properly. Common bermudagrass is used mostly along highways, roadways and a great solution for embankments that need erosion control. Common Bermudagrass is one of the most economical grasses available in the southern region. If fertilized and maintained properly it can be a quality turf grass used for golf courses, sports fields, parks, residential and commercial lawns.
Our Common Bermuda are 500 sq. ft. pallets. We have developed a stringent fungus, mildew and foreign vegetation maintenance program to ensure quality, healthy sod arrives at your home. We have a 30 day weed warranty on all of our grasses.
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|USES||Highway, Roadway, Golf, Sports, Commercial, Home|
|FALL COLOR RETENTION||Excellent|
|SOILS||Sand, Sandy Loam, Clay, Muck|
|GROWTH||Rapid Horizontal Growth from Stolons|
|COLD||Good 6b - 11|
|HEIGHT||0.5" - 2"|
|WEED CONTROL||Very Good|
Common Bermudagrass tolerates many types of growing conditions, and is versatile enough to be used along the highways and roadways as well in golf, sports, commercial and home landscapes. Common Bermudagrass will perform well in sand, sandy loam, clay or muck soils. Common Bermudagrass is a popular grass for low maintenance areas. Common Bermudagrass has excellent drought resistance and usually can recover from drought damage fairly well. Common Bermudagrass has excellent fall color retention, as well as an excellent rate of spring green up. While Common Bermudagrass is a hardy grass, you should carefully analyze your own local growing conditions prior to selecting and installing Common Bermudagrass or any other turf grass.
To ensure optimum quality and performance of Common Bermudagrass, users must accomplish necessary care and maintenance. This care and maintenance has been formalized below in the Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Common Bermudagrass.
These BMPs are written as a guide and should be modified as local climate, soil, and environmental conditions dictate. It is important to note that no “magic fertilizer” or “super-chemical” will solve all problems or make any turf grass perfect.
Through consistent application of the BMPs and on-going evaluation, education, and modification of these practices, however, users will greatly enhance the quality and performance of Common Bermudagrass.
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