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Bermuda triangle seeds

Bermuda triangle seeds

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Bowie Hydro-mulcher ® Erosion Products Fertilizer and Seed
524 South Hwy 156 Justin, TX 76247 • 940-648-2751

Blend of three top performing turf grass varieties: Sultan, Sydney and Mohawk. All three varieties have increased turf density for excellent wear tolerance, dark green color and medium to medium fine leaf texture. Blending allows for adaptation to a broader environmental and management situations. Mohawk adds extra cold tolerance. This blend is recommended for use on golf courses (fairway, tees and roughs), athletic fields, parks, schools, home lawns and commercial landscapes.

Should be planted when soil temperatures are consistently above 60 F. It requires 6-8 hours of direct sunlight per day to do well and typically does best when mowed between 1.5 and 2 inches in height. Bermuda grass thrives on fertilizer. After your lawn is established you should apply fertilizer to Bermuda two to three times during the growing season.

BERMUDA TRIANGLE BERMUDAGRASS

Perennial
Warm Season
Introduced
Seeded Variety
Bermuda Triangle Bermudagrass is a warm season, introduced, perennial turf grass. It is primarily used in Athletic Fields, Parks, Golf Courses (Tees & Fairways) and Home or Commercial Lawns. Bermuda Triangle Bermudagrass seed is a blend of Certified Mohawk Bermuda, Sultan Bermuda and Sydney Bermuda grass seed. The seed is coated with PENKOATED and is produced by Pennington Seed, Inc.
Advantages of Bermuda Triangle Bermudagrass
Certified Quality
Dark Green Color
Medium Fine Texture
Improved Cold Tolerance
Excellent Drought Tolerance
Increased Turf Density for wear and durability
Wide range of adaptation due to genetic desnity
Adaptation and Maintenance:
Bermuda Triangle Bermudagrass should be planted on well drained soil with full sun light. Soil temperatures should be 65F or higher. The seeding rate should be 2-3 Lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. .
Bermuda Triangle seed is a product of Pennington Seed, Inc. and much of the technical information courtesy of Pennington Seed

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