Hulled Bermuda Grass Seeds, 50 lb. Bag
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Item # 49902166
Hulled Bermuda Grass is a warm season, perennial grass known for it's versatility and persistence in southern pasture and turf. Bermuda can be easily planted from grass seed and provides a good "medium plus" turf grass lawn, in southern areas. Bermuda turf requires a moderate amount of lawn grass care, maintenance and mowing. It is widely adapted to most soils, needing mostly full sun. Although it prefers well drained soils, it will tolerate some occasional flooding. Bermuda Grass is considered the "South's Grass", a favorite in texture and color for all areas of usage. This perennial grass grows in tropical, sub-tropical and the transition zones.
• Hulled Common Bermuda grass makes an excellent low maintenance, drought resistant lawn or pasture.
• Bermuda grass is a crawling grass with runners providing great traffic tolerance.
• Bermuda grass grows well in very sandy soil types where other grasses have trouble
• Bermuda grass is commonly used for lawn and pasture applications across the southern 1/3 United States, including: Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Southern California, and Hawaii.
Pasture and Erosion Applications:
New Pastures - Plant 25 - 50 lbs. per acre
Erosion Areas - Plant 50 - 100 lbs. per acre
• Lawn Fertilization - Apply 5 - 10 lbs. of 16-4-8 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.
• Apply 250 - 350 lbs. of 16-4-8 slow release fertilizer per acre in late spring, mid summer & early fall.
• Animals that are grazing will damage the Bermuda grass, if pasture is not properly fertilized annually.
Bermuda grass seed is available either hulled or unhulled. ... The short answer is that hulled Bermuda grass seeds are quicker to germinate. This is because they have had their outer seed coat removed by mechanical means, which allows for water to enter the seed quicker, resulting in much quicker establishment.
Hulled Bermuda Grass is seed that has had the outer coat removed. ... Unhulled seed can be planted at a rate of 3 – 5 lb. per 1000 sq. feet in fall. It simply waits for good growing conditions before it sprouts.
|Temperature Zone:||Warm, Transitional|
|Sun Requirement:||Full Sun|
|Minimum Soil Temp for Germination:||65° F|
|Seed Treatment:||Hulled, Coated|
|Seeds Per Pound:||1,500,000|
|Coverage:||2-3 lbs, per 1,0000 sq. ft, turf or 10-12 lbs.per acre
|Should I buy hulled or unhulled Bermuda grass seeds?|