Is it time to reseed your Bermuda grass?
In our Southern region, Bermuda grass is a popular choice for lawns. Bermuda grass loves full sun, it thrives in our heat and it is very tolerant to drought and traffic. However, Bermuda grass does have nutritional requirements and is what we might call “high maintenance”. If your Bermuda grass looking a little thin, you may think it is time to reseed.
Why is my bermudagrass thin?
Bermudagrass goes dormant over the winter and honestly can look a little rough this time of year. But, as the temperature warms, the grass breaks dormancy and its rhizomes and stolons start producing a lot of new growth. It is important to have a fertility plan in place so your bermudagrass receives the proper nutrients at the correct time. Our Lawn 360 program for lawns answers this problem!
Is it time to reseed?
The best time to reseed Bermuda grass is in the spring, but established bermudagrass lawn rarely need to be reseeded. As I already said, warm temperatures and a good fertility program make all the difference for this type of grass. Aeration early in the growing season is another tool to help bermudagrass thrive. Soil can become compacted over time, and aeration relieves this stress.
How can I keep my Bermuda grass strong?
There are several things you can do as a homeowner to help your Bermuda grass stay healthy. Remember that a healthy lawn can fight off weeds, drought and disease better than a weak lawn.
- Mow it at a lower height
- Water it after you mow
- Make sure it gets fertilized
- See that your lawn is aerated
- Get rid of weeds
Healthy bodies and healthy lawns. What?
If you think about lawns the way you think about your own body, this all makes a lot of sense. A healthy lawn is strong, free of weeds, and gets plenty of air and water and nutrients. When that healthy lawn is attacked by disease, weeds, drought or insects it has a much better chance of surviving and thriving. When we were all preparing for COVID, remember the people with healthy bodies who took the right vitamins? Those people had a better chance of recovering.
It is time.
Give our office a call and let one of our professionals come by and evaluate your lawn. We can help you determine whether or not you need to reseed or overseed, and we also have the services to fertilize, aerate, and apply the right sprays to keep weeds from emerging or from coming back. Let us help you get your lawn into the best shape ever! Our Lawn and Pest Solutions Lawn Technicians serve the Memphis, Tennessee and Mississippi areas. You can message our office 24 hours a day just by visiting our website. Our techs are friendly, trustworthy and dependable. Read our Google reviews to see how pleased our customers are with our services.