Better known as Bermudagrass, couch grass is a warm-season grass native to tropical areas. This grass performs well in the southern United States and can get damaged at temperatures of 30 Fahrenheit. It works well as a lawn grass, ornamental or cover for a sports field. Couch grass enjoys hot weather and doesn't grow well in the shade. Grow couch grass from seed in either spring or fall.
Adjust the grade of your soil by adding bagged topsoil to cover up any valleys or dips in your lawn. Smooth out hills by removing some soil with a shovel. Work in this manner until the dirt has an even grade; this ensures you'll grow an even lawn.
Rake over the soil with a grass rake before planting to loosen the top 1/4-inch of dirt so the couch grass seed can germinate.
Scatter grass seed by hand or by using a mechanical spreader, which you can rent at a home improvement center. Greenview Fertilizer advises using 16 seeds per square inch.
Drag the rake across the lawn again to cover the seeds with soil so they don't wash away before germination.
Water the lawn until the soil becomes moist, but not soggy.
Water in this manner once a day until the couch grass germinates and begins to grow. Then water once a week to nurture the developing grass.