Bermuda Grass Information
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Common Bermuda Grass
Used for pastures and lawns. A crawling grass with runners. Good traffic tolerance. Low growing, does well in very poor, sandy land. Used for weed control as this grass dominates weeds and other grasses. Hulled seed germinates about two weeks sooner than unhulled seed. Plant 25 to 50 pounds per acre for pasture, 5 to 10 pounds per 1000 square feet for lawns.
Giant Bermuda Grass
Similar in appearance and nutrition to coastal Bermuda grass. Used for hay production and pasture. Excellent hay production in spring, summer and early fall. Plant 10 to 15 pounds per acre in early to mid spring. Drag or roll to cover; do not disk to cover this is very tiny seed.
Cheyenne Bermuda Grass
Similar in appearance and nutrition to Tifton 44 Bermuda grass but can be established with seed. Plant 10 to 15 pounds per acre. Recommend mixing with fertilizer to get even coverage when spreading. Cover very lightly with light drag.
Wrangler Bermuda Grass
Compared to Chyenne and Chyenne II in many test trials Wrangler Bermuda has shown promising results for improved Forage Production for livestock throughout the Southern united States. Planted at 10-15 lbs. per acre Wrangler has been know to produce the first cutting in sixty days.