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BERMUDA GRASS
Cynodon dactylon

Bermudagrass is a warm season sodding, creeping perennial grass.  It is long lived and spreads by seed, runners and underground rhizomes (which spread aggressively).  It can be found on millions of acres throughout the USA from Florida to Tennessee / Maryland and west through much of Texas to California.

Short leaves are 1 to 4 inches long and heights can reach 18 inches in pasture situations. Introduced to the US around 1751, it is now the most important pasture grass in the South Eastern US with dozens of hybrid and seeded varieties available.  Used for pasture, lawns, sports field applications, erosion control, highways.  Both seeded and improved hybrid (vegetative only) varieties are grown today. Most all seeds are are produced in Southern Arizona and California as seeds in other areas tend to be sterile. 

Origin: Southeast Africa
Description: Perennial
Primary Adaptation: Best on sandy soils. Bermuda has good drought-tolerance.
Uses: Pasture and Hay - some varieties are turf use.
Planting Rate: Plant 5-10 lbs. per acre in Spring (raw seed) - 10-15 lbs (coated seed).
Fertilization: Very responsive to nitrogen. - Obtain soil test for fertilization.
Seasonal Production: May-October
Management: Hay should be harvested every 4-6 weeks Should be closely grazed to maintain quality.
Pests: Armyworms and spittlebug; Diseases such as leafspot may occur when potassium levels are low. 

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Planting Bermuda Grass Seed

Cheyenne II Bermuda GrassBermuda Grass - PLANTING RATES:
  • Lawns: 2-3 lbs. / per 1000 sq. ft. (do not exceed 3 lbs.).
  • Pastures: 12-15 lbs. / acre of seed.

Plant on well prepared seed bed in spring to summer.
Seeds should be planted 1/8 to 1/4 inch deep. Pictured on the right here is Cheyenne II Bermuda Grass.

For detailed information on planting and maintaining bermuda grass pastures see Bermuda Grass Advantage For Pastures, a PDF document on this site (opens in new window). This document also discusses popular pasture type bermuda grass varieties Cheyenne II, Mohawk, and Ranchero Frio.

The Common Bermuda variety is most commonly used / planted variety for both lawns and pastures.  However new improved seeded and vegetative varieties are now very popular and planted in large acreage numbers for both pasturage and lawns. There are now dozens of hybrid and seeded varieties to choose from.  Bermudas go dormant after first frost and remain that way through winter until spring.  Bermudas are often overseeded with Ryegrasses in fall to provide a green color and / or grazing in cool months.

SEEDED VARIETIES:
Popular Improved Lawn Varieties: Sahara, Triangle Blend, Princess 77, Savannah and more!.
Seeded Pasture Varieties: Cheyenne, Ranchero Frio, Common, Giant and other Pasture varieties.
Check with your local cooperative extension agent about hybrid sprigged varieties suitable for forage use in your location.
Learn more about Bermuda grasses at Bermudagrass.com.
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Pastures of hybrid, common and improved Bermuda grasses are grown for forage and hay production throughout the South. Common Bermuda grass is drought resistant, full sun, fast growing, fast germinating, easy to establish and provides a low maintenance pasturage. Common Bermuda was used extensively for years and is still one of the most used pasture grasses grown.  These are just a few reasons for using Bermuda as a forage.  Deep roots make the grass very drought resistant with the plus that it can be flooded for short lengths of time and fully recover.  

Newer improved vegetative forage Bermudas (hybrid sprigged varieties) are usually planted primarily for hay production.  There are also new improved seeded varieties (Such as Cheyenne II, Ranchero Frio Blend, and Giant) that can provide excellent cost effective plantings for use for general forage / pasture and/or hay production at a more economical cost than sprigging . Pasto Rico and Seedland Forage Blend are mixtures of common and giant bermuda. Cheyenne Bermuda is one of the newest seeded forage varieties that is attracting a lot of attention from ranchers for its excellent performance.

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