The ideal time to plant Bermuda grass is in late spring or early summer after the soil temperature reach 65 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, and all frost is past. Generally, it may take 80 or more days with high temperatures to reach this soil temperature. Ample moisture needs to be given during the establishment of the root system.
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