Bermudagrass, Cynodon dactylon, is primarily a warm-season species performing best in southern United States climates at temperatures exceeding 50 degrees. Bermudagrass spreads aggressively via above-ground runners known as stolons, allowing it to withstand wear and recover rapidly from damage. This resilience makes bermudagrass ideal for golf courses, athletic fields and home lawns.
Bermudagrass falls dormant when temperatures dip below 50 degrees and may require overseeding. It requires moderate to high levels of water and fertilization and should be mowed at heights between one tenth of an inch and one and a half inches.
Bermudagrass is a warm-season sod forming perennial that spreads by stolons, rhizomes, and seed. Bermudagrass has a fibrous root system with vigorous, deep rhizomes. This is a major turf species for sports fields, lawns, parks, golf courses, and general utility turfs in the warm season regions. Bermudagrass has very good drought tolerance, traffic tolerance, and can handle poor water quality compared to other turfgrasses.
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Seeds/Pound (approximate): 1,600,000 (unhulled) / 2,200,000 (hulled)
Seeding Rate (Pounds/Acre): 90