Common Bermuda Grass Seed (Coated Hulled) - Hulled Common Bermuda seed makes an excellent low maintenance, drought resistant lawn grass or pasture grass. Common Bermuda grass is a crawling grass with runners providing great traffic tolerance, wear resistance and fine leaf texture with medium green color. Common Bermuda Grass grows well in very sandy and poor soil types where other grasses have trouble. Common Bermuda Grass is commonly used for lawn, pasture, turf, erosion, parks and landscaping applications across the tropical and subtropical climates around the world.
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New Lawns: 1 - 2 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
Seed Depth: 1/8 - 1/4 inch
pH: 5.5 - 7
Planting Time: Spring - Summer
Pasture and Erosion Applications
New Pastures: 15 - 30 lbs. per acre
Erosion Areas: 25 - 50 lbs. per acre
Type: Warm season perennial.
Variety: Common (Cynodon dactylon)
*Seed Coating: Coated seed contains approximately 50% inert material per pound of seed. Seed coating promote germination by retaining moisture around the seed, deter birds from consuming the seed and make it easier to see after the seed has been spread.
Adaption Area: Tropical, Subtropical, Transition - Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Southern California, and Hawaii.
Lawn Fertilization - Apply 5 - 10 lbs. of 16-04-08 slow release fertilizer per 1000 sq. ft. four times a year (Late Spring, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall) for the first two years. After a fully established lawn has been accomplished apply 5 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. two times (Mid Summer, Late Summer) a year.
Pasture Fertilization: Apply 250 - 350 lbs. of 16-04-08 slow release fertilizer per acre in Late Spring, Mid Summer and Early Fall. Animals that are grazing will damage the Bermuda grass if the pasture is not properly fertilized annually. The grass must be provided with adequate nutrients to compete with the animals.