The Best Time to Plant Bermuda Grass

Plant seeds or sprigs of Bermuda grass when the temperatures are above 65 degrees F. The ideal soil temperatures for germination are from 68 degrees F to 75 degrees F.

Keywords: germination, planting, temperature

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T.M. Samuels has been a freelance writer since 1993. She has published works in "Arthritis Today," "Alabama Living" and "Mature Years," and is the author of a gardening book. Samuels studied pre-medicine at Berry College.