Tifway 419 Bermuda Sod in Atlanta, GA

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Tifway 419 Bermuda is a warm season lawn grass that thrives in warmer climates where it receives a ton of sun. New varieties have made it possible for Tifway 419 Bermuda to survive in shade. It is well-suited for warm, sunny growing conditions.

Tifway 419 Bermuda Atlanta Sod Grass

Tifway 419 Bermuda has the highest recuperation rate of any warm season turf. Because of its toughness, beautiful color, and ability to tolerate dry climates it has been the most used sports turf for over 40 years and would make a fine lawn for your Atlanta home, commercial property, or golf course.

Characteristics

Hot Weather Tolerance: Excellent
Shade Tolerance: Low-requires full sun
Wear Resistance: Very Good
Salt Tolerance: Excellent
Injury Recovery: Excellent
Winter Color: Dormant
Mowing Height: 1/2 inch to 2 inches. Disease, Weed, and Insect Resistance: Aggressive to compete with weed but will not hold them out completely. Minimum disease and insect problems.

General Maintenance

Fertilizer:
Apply complete fertilizer during spring and fall (10-10-10 at rate of 10 pounds per 1,000 feet). Make 2-3 nitrogen applications during summer. p.H. level of 5.5-7.0.

Watering:
Apply at least 1 inch of water as deep soaking every four days or as needed. During sod establishment, it will need to be watered daily between midnight and 9 a.m.

Mowing:
Needs mowing about every 4-7 days. Never remove more than 1/3 of shoot growth in one mowing. The lower you mow it, the more frequent it will need to be mowed.

Fungicide:
Tolerant to Daconil.

Herbzides:
2-40. MSMA, Dicamba, Imaxaqum, Pennant, Balen, Prowl, Betesan, Simizme.

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