Top Features of Bermuda Grass:
Resistant to high temperature and ambient temperature (suitable for cultivation in the southern regions of the country and sports fields)Resistant to eatingSensitive to shadowsShort time to perform lawn mowingRelative resistance to diseasesSalinity resistantCold sensitiveBermudagrass grass height: 2.5 to 5 cm
Steps to take care of Bermudagrass grass
From 10 January to 10 March:
At this time the lands should be cleared of straw and drainage systems should be repaired. Soil testing should be done and fertilized areas should be fertilized.
From 10 Bahman to 10 Farvardin:
This is when the grasses start to grow again, so it is important to fertilize the land with a balanced fertilizer (10-3-25). Insecticides should be used in southern areas. When the grass is growing well, it is a good time to re-ventilate.
From 10 April to 10 June:
Fertilizer and weed control should be used again.
From 10 June to 10 September:
In these months, the use of nitrogen at the rate of 0.4 grams per 93 square meters is required.
From 10 September to 10 November:
Reduce the amount of fertilizer to 0.2 kg per 93 m2, but increase the potassium content of the fertilizer.
From 10 November to 10 January:
Fertilization and ventilation are not recommended for dormant grasses.
Introducing warm season grasses
These grasses are adapted to the conditions in the tropics. Their main growth occurs in the warm season and they often go to sleep during the cold season. The optimum temperature for their growth is 27 to 35 degrees Celsius. They grow in the form of stolons, rhizomes or both, which facilitates the re-establishment of grass in shrunken areas. Their roots are deep and they have the best growth at 26 to 35 degrees. Zoisiagrass and Bermudagrassae 2 are the most famous grasses of the Gray Season 3.
Bermudagrass is very suitable for sports fields. This species is adapted to the sun, heat and dryness, but has little resistance to shade and cold and changes color in winter.
Bermudagrass The Bermudagrass species forms a highly resilient soil and its lateral stems (rhizomes and stolons) grow well. Bermudagrass is more resistant to erosion in summer and early fall, but is more likely to be damaged in late fall or early spring when the grass is dormant. If the lawn is damaged by too much play in the fall, it is unlikely to improve in the spring. When the number of games is high (coming and going high), the grass should be shortened to a higher height. Bermudagrass with a height of 2 inches is more resistant to erosion and damage than 0.5 inches. Spring recycling of Bermudagrass can be enhanced by covering it with a natural (or similar mat) or artificial covering. This is especially important for newly built lawns or in very cold winters. Since we can not predict the amount of winter cold, it is better to cover the ground. To repair the ground, you can apply powder application with Bermudagrass in May or early June (May or June).
On grasslands of Bermudagrass:
• The probability of extinction in winter and in busy conditions is high.
• For better beauty and appearance, it is more appropriate to use real grass.
• If planted in May or June (May or June), in September (from early September to mid-October) will have the best quality.
• In case of high traffic, annual replacement is necessary.
• In October or early November it turns brown (red) and in April or early it turns green.
• It is very resilient and speeds up the game.
• It is very hardy early in the growing season as well as summer, but too much traffic at the end of the season spoils it.
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