The three most common Bermuda varieties in Texas are:
While they have similar needs regarding lawn care, there are a few minor differences
Let Ryno Lawn Care, LLC help you determine which breed of Bermuda grass you’ve got, and how best to care for it.
While all breeds of Bermuda grass stand up well to drought, they still need a reasonable amount of irrigation. Bowing or drooping blades are a good sign that your lawn needs extra watering during a dry spell.
If Bermuda grass owners have any complaints at all, it is that the blades respond best to a very close shave, around an inch from the topsoil. This works best with a classic reel mower, as clipping your grass that low can be tricky with a typical mower. This is how a golf course will get that close cut on the greens.
Ryno Lawn Care, LLC is at your service to provide quality care with no risk of scalping your lawn.
When mowing Bermuda grass, it is vital to use the right tools for great results. Many lawn owners have complained about poor results simply because they didn’t know the value of using a reel mower on their Bermuda grass. Since it’s a very low-growing grass, you need a mower that’s capable of accommodating this by cutting about 1-1.5 inches from the ground. With the right equipment, there’s no chance of scalping your grass and destroying your lawn.
Just like any other grass, Bermuda grass will thrive with well-timed aerating and fertilizing. Even though it’s a low-maintenance breed, caring for your bed of Bermuda can still be more work than your busy schedule allows. Don’t hesitate to reach out to the pros at The Sod Gods for service info on caring for different grass types.
Other common grass types we offer are St. Augustine and Zoysia.