Serving all of West Georgia
Low growing and drought resistant
When the temperature falls below 60 degrees, Bermuda grass becomes dormant
If the temperature rises, this type of grass will turn green quickly
Needs full exposure to the sun
Watering your lawn deeply and infrequently, about one inch per week, is essential in order to promote deep root growth. Deep watering is watering long enough so that the water reaches the grass roots. Frequent and shallow watering results in roots not having to grow and so they don't reach down into the subsoil for water.
Bermuda grass is quite easy to maintain. It's aggressive, which helps keep the weeds under control. However, it does benefit from regular mowing. This will also add to weed control. The mow height should range between 1.5 and 2.5 inches. Using the maximum height is usually recommended.
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Fertilizing Bermuda grass is one of the most satisfying lawn activities. The most efficient way to fertilize is to use one of the dry granular fertilizers that is sold in 10-50 lb bags. It is important to use slow release fertilizers whenever possible.
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Are you in need of quality Bermuda grass? Turn to Harman Turf Farms of Franklin, GA and let our experienced professionals solve all your Bermuda grass issues. We specialize in Bermuda grass, also known as the grass of the South. Some of its features include: