Bermudagrass

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Bermudagrass is a warm season grass thriving when temperatures are between 65? and 95? F. Bermuda grass, like zoysia, will turn brown in mid October and not green until mid-May. It's leaf blade is narrower than zoysia.

Advantages and disadvantages are similar to Zoysia.

Bermudagrass may suffer winter injury in central Illinois.

See: Zoysia

(revised 2-94)


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