24 May The Best Bermuda Grass Seed for Home Lawns
The Best Bermuda Grass Seed for Home Lawns
Bermuda grass is a popular warm season grass selection used primarily throughout the southern two-thirds of the United States. Certain improved varieties are capable of performing well in the transition zone where temperatures drop. As a beautiful, polished-looking turfgrass, bermuda grass has finer blades and a dark look that gives it the curb appeal many homeowners love.
Bermuda grass seed is increasingly becoming a more popular option for overseeding bare spots or even starting a new lawn. An often cheaper alternative to sod, grass seed installation is usually less energy exerting than sod installation and doesn’t require a large budget. Grass seed is a perfect choice for the homeowner who wants to fill in bare or brown spots, spend less money on a new lawn and is okay with looking at bare soil for 30 days while the seed germinates.
Sod Solutions introduces a new and improved selection of bermuda grass seed called LawnifiTM Bermudagrass Seed. Available under the Lawnifi product line, Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed is an elite bermuda grass seed that offers exceptional turf quality and density once filled in. Each individual grass seed is coated with a layer of Lawnifi fertilizer designed to promote root growth and successful establishment at planting. Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed is one of the variations of bermuda grass that performs well in the transition zone where other warm season grasses and bermuda grass alike fail. Meanwhile, Lawnifi Bermudagrass continues to thrive in the southern-most parts of the United States where climates are hot and humid. This widely adapatable bermuda grass is a great grass seed options for homeowners located throughout various areas of the country.
Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed Product Overview
Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed comes with versatility to survive in areas with cooler temperatures as well as locations with hot climates. Its improved heat and drought tolerance allow for it to survive through the summer without expensive water bills or heat damage to the lawn. This is also a great option for homeowners located near the coastlines of the United States. Frequently used on golf courses and sports fields near the ocean, Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed has a high salt tolerance which makes it an excellent option for projects using effluent water or in areas under water restrictions like California and the mid-West.
Your lawn will stand out from the rest of the neighborhood with a gorgeous dark green color and medium-fine leaf texture once the seed has successfully germinated. Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed will also stay green longer throughout the year compared to other bermuda grass varieties with its excellent fall color retention and early spring green-up.
How to Use Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed
This newly released grass seed can be used for an abundance of outdoor landscaping projects. Whether you’re overseeding bare or damaged spots in the grass, filling in a new area with green color or starting a new lawn, Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed is a cost-friendly option that doesn’t require a lot of maintenance. Refer to the instructions below for successful planting and establishment.
A one pound container of Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed covers about 2,000 sq. ft. if you are overseeding bare areas. Start by hand-tossing the seed in the bare areas you want to cover. Use a broadcast or drop spreader like the ones listed below to apply it to your soil. Set your spreader’s settings to apply the seed at half a pound per 2,000 sq. ft.
Use a broadcast or drop spreader to apply Lawnifi Bermudagrass seed for a new lawn. Start by setting your spreader’s settings to use half a point of seed per 1,000 sq. ft. A one pound container will cover 1,000 sq. ft.
Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed’s improved turfgrass qualities ensure a denser, more uniform-looking lawn with improved drought, heat and wear tolerance. As a versatile bermuda grass, Lawnifi Bermudagrass Seed performs well in the hottest parts of the United States while demonstrating the ability to survive in the transition zone where temperatures drop.
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