Getting rid of Bermuda seed heads is important in order to keep a neat, tidy and uniform lawn throughout the summer. Seed heads are actually the blooms of Bermuda grass. If the grass is allowed to “go to seed” by not being cut, it will naturally produce seed heads. In lawns that are being actively […]
Bermuda Grass Care Guide
If you have bermuda grass or want to plant a bermuda grass lawn, you've come to the right place. The LawnCareGuide.org bermuda grass guide will provide you will all the information you need to grow a healthy and green bermuda lawn. Below you'll find several articles tailored specifically for bermuda grass. By the end of the guide you should be an expert in caring for your lawn. Then you can go out and get busy in the yard and make your neighbors jealous.
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This section of the guide provides some general information about bermuda grass. Bermuda grass is extremely popular in southern states where lawns are subjected to extreme heat and little water. Bermuda holds up extremely well to these environments. The bermuda grass guide provides some great lawn care tips for those that own this type of grass.
Wondering what bermuda grass fertilizer is best? There are tons of fertilizers to choose from and finding what you need is a common question. Depending on the time of year will effect which fertilizer is right for your lawn. This section of the guide will help you pick the right fertilizer for the right time of the year.
Aeration is the process of poking thousands upon thousands of holes in the soil. After a years worth of the kids playing and water packing the soil down, nutrients simply can make their way to the roots. Poking holes in the soil will allow water, oxygen and other nutrients to penetrate the roots of your […]
Mowing Bermuda grass is often the most difficult grass to mow. The reason is because more often than not the wrong lawn mower is used. Bermuda grass needs to be cut to a height of 1 – 1.5 inches. Most rotary lawn mowers aren’t capable of mowing that low without scalping the lawn. Scalping is […]
Dollar spot is a fungus that affects both bermuda grass and zoysia grass. If you’re finding small brown spots about the size of a silver dollar (a few inches across), it’s likely dollar spot. Another tell tale sign of dollar spot is a lesion on the grass blade, particularly on the edge of the blade […]
Keeping your lawn healthy and green requires some amount of water. Whether that comes from mother nature or an irrigation system is irrelevant. Of coarse we’d all agree we’d like mother nature to take care of watering our bermuda grass, but it just doesn’t work out that way sometimes. Although when it’s thirsty it’s blades […]
Bermuda grass is known for its thick lush lawn that is a pleasure to walk on. However if your grass gets stressed out it might start lacking in the coveted curb appeal we all work so hard to achieve. So lets discuss a couple different areas where your bermuda grass might be struggling to remain […]