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Coastal Bermuda Grass Pros and Cons
Q: What are your thoughts on coastal bermuda as a lawn grass? Pros and cons please!

A: The first con I can think of is that you'll have to plant Coastal from sprigs. There is no seed or sod.

A pro is that you could keep horses or cows happy in your front yard.

I imagine it would be much too coarse to make a good looking lawn.


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