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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. Su

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 aerati

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

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 som

Bermuda – Identification

Q: My yard is in great shape but my goal is to have shorter bermudagrass that stays green. I have tried to train it shorter but no matter what, when I cut it low, it is brown underneath. Some in my neighborhood h

Bermuda – Liming

An important factor in plant growth is the soil acidity level. This is measured in terms of a pH scale which is graduated from 0 to 14 with 7 being neutral. Any number below 7.0 is considered acid with 5.0 being

Bermuda – Mowing

Every lawn grass has a height at which it should be mowed for best health. The rule is that only one-third of a grass plant should be removed in one mowing. As an example, if you intend to mow your bermudagrass l

Bermuda – Overseed with Ryegrass

The goal of a year-round green lawn is an elusive one. Fescue comes close but keeping it thick and healthy during the summer is tough. Bermudagrass is vibrantly green during the summer but turns buff brown in win

Bermuda – Planting Seed

Kill all weeds by spraying the area with a non-selective weed killer two weeks before planting.• Till the soil thoroughly to a depth of six inches, mixing in the amount of lime and fertilizer recommended by a soi

Bermuda – Planting Sod

Kill all weeds by spraying the area with a non-selective weed killer two weeks before planting. • Till the soil thoroughly to a depth of six inches, mixing in the recommended amount of lime and fertilizer (1-800-

Bermuda – Varieties

From common bermudagrass, breeders have selected plants that stay low and produce few seedheads. ‘Tifton 419’ and ‘Tifton 94’ are sterile hybrids, available only as sod. They produce no viable seed but a sprig wi

Bermuda – Watering

The best time to water a lawn is in the morning, preferably before noon. This allows the grass to dry before nightfall, reducing the risk of disease. Take into account recent rainfall when deciding how much to ap

Bermuda – Weed Control

BASIC INFORMATION: Weed Identification Pictures General Turf and Weed Info Lawn Care Calendars THREE METHODS There are three primary methods of controlling weeds. Any one method, when used alone, will not usuall

Bermudagrass – Controlling in Lawns

In many situations, you don't want to completely kill a spot of bermudagrass in a lawn – – you just want to gradually control the bermudagrass in the other turfgrass. There are three solutions:

Bermuda Grass – Dethatching

Thatch is a layer of partially decomposed plant material that builds up on the soil's surface. Usually, more than one half inch of thatch on general turf areas decreases the turf vigor by restricting moveme

Bermuda Grass – Disease – Brown Patch

Brown patch is most prevalent on bermudagrass which has been heavily fertilized when night temperatures are above 68 degrees and day temperature are above 80 degrees. Dead patches of grass may start small but can

Bermuda Grass – Killing Before Seeding Fescue

In many fescue lawns, overseeding is necessary every year or two. Fescue tends to thin out on hard, clay soil and summer heat and drought are no friends to this grass. Bermudagrass is a common weed that can creep

Bermudagrass – Removing from Flower Beds

Bermudagrass makes an excellent turfgrass. However, its excellent ground-covering ability also makes it a pest in flower and vegetable beds. The herbicides fluazifop (Grass B Gon, etc) and sethoxydim (Vantage) ca

Princess 77 – Homeowner Evaluation

When turf companies market a brand new grass without submitting it to long-term University trials in Georgia, I’m at a loss to know whether to recommend their grass for use by homeowners. In the Summer of 2005 I

Annual Bluegrass – Control in Fall-planted Fescue

It’s a frustrating situation: you have a thin fescue lawn but you’ve also had problems with annual bluegrass there in previous winters. If you use a pre-emergent (click for sources) to control the bluegrass, you

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