Bermudagrass

Bermuda – General Notes

Information taken from The Revised Georgia Gardener’s Guide by Walter Reeves and Erica Glasener This warm-season grass is green in summer and buff/brown in winter. It is supremely adapted to Georgia, so it is sometimes cursed by flower gardeners though revered...

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Bermuda – Burning in Winter

Many owners of bermudagrass and zoysiagrass lawns have heard about folks who “burn off” their lawns in January. Supposedly this releases fertilizer from the ashes and controls insects hidden in the thatch. It is true that farmers with many acres...

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Bermuda – Aerating

The best time to aerate bermudagrass is in early summer, when the grass is growing rapidly. On very compacted soils, aerating twice a year would not be out of the question. Apply fertilizer and water after aerating so the turf...

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Bermuda – Disease – Dollar Spot

Dollar spot is a problem on bermudagrass and zoysiagrass. Conditions favoring disease development include dry soil moisture conditions. When adequate soil moisture is provided, dollar spot is rarely a problem. Sufficient surface moisture for disease development may be provided by...

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