Lawn Mowers

Improved Bermudagrass

Improved BermudagrassImproved Bermudagrass is a warm-season grass with the scientific name of Cynodon species. Improved bermudagrass has most of the same characteristics of common bermudagrass. However, generally, it is softer with a finer texture and denser than it’s counterpart. It also needs more water. Mow bermuda grass more often. Add more fertilizer to keep it looking great compared to common bermudagrass. Since it is thicker and denser, thatch control may also be required from time to time.

Improved Bermudagrass

It is not tolerant of shade and needs lots of water in dry conditions, compared to its sister grass.  Add fertilizer from .7 to 1.0 pound per 1000 square feet per month should be added to have a healthy-looking lawn. This grass type has excellent wearability compared to other grasses we have reviewed.

Mowing height is between 1/2 inch and 1 inch. Bermuda grass is well adapted in the south and southwest, the east coast and the eastern midwest. This grass is grown almost anywhere providing that you take proper care of the lawn. Add fertilizer and water frequently, especially in dry periods. Allow the grass to grow a little longer during a dry period can protect the roots from drying out..

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