Hancock’s Coated and Hulled Common Bermuda Grass Seed makes a very good low-maintenance, drought-resistant lawn or pasture grass. Common Bermuda Grass is a crawling turf, with runners providing great traffic tolerance, wear-resistance and fine leaf texture with medium green color. Hancock’s Coated and Hulled Common Bermuda Grass grows well in very sandy and poor soil types, where other grasses have trouble. Hancock’s Common Bermuda Grass is regularly used for lawn, pasture, turf, erosion keep watch over, parks, and landscaping applications across the country. This blend is both hulled and coated. Coated seed accommodates approximately 50% inert material per pound of seed. Seed coating promotes germination by retaining moisture across the seed, deterring birds from consuming the seed, and makes it easier to peer after the seed has been spread. HSC SKU#1082 Adaptation: Hancock’s Coated and Hulled Common Bermuda Grass Seed thrives in tropical regions, subtropical regions, and transition regions. This includes the states of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, North Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Southern California, and Hawaii.~ Lawn Applications For new lawns, plant 1-2 lbs. of seed per 1,000 sq. ft. For lawn fertilization, apply 5-10 lbs. of 16-04-08 slow release fertilizer per 1,000 sq. ft., four times a year (late Spring, mid-Summer, late Summer, and early Fall) for the first two years. Apply 5 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. two times (mid-Summer, and late Summer) a year after a completely-established lawn has been accomplished. Pasture Applications For new pastures, plant 15-30 lbs. of seed per acre. For erosion areas, plant 25-50 lbs. per acre.
Low-maintenance option for those taking a look to ascertain new lawn, pasture, or other turf projects.
Seed coating helps retain moisture and deter hungry birds from disrupting your growing season.
Great traffic tolerance and wear-resistance.
Grows well in very sandy and poor soil types.