NORTHRIDGE Bemudagrass

 

Cold Hardy Bermudagrass

NorthBridge Bermudagrass is an excellent choice for a wide range of uses: Residential lawns, Commercial landscaping, Sports fields and Golf Courses, particularly in the roughs.Highly tolerant of soils with salinity, as well as a hardy tolerance to both heat and drought, Northbridge is also highly tolerant to cold weather conditions.

Northbridge is fast becoming a highly popular choice, with a soft, fine leaf texture, excellent dark color, and one of the earliest Spring “green-ups” of any Bermudagrass available.

Shady Areas

NorthBridge can be installed and grown in shady landscapes such as the high filtered shade of pine trees; however, NorthBridge does need at least 3-4 hours of daily sunlight for optimum performance.

Watering

An established NorthBridge lawn needs approximately 1 inch of water per week, either from natural rainfall or irrigation. NorthBridge in shady areas will not need as much water. However, for soils with heavy sand content, it’s possible that the grass will need more than 1 inch per week because the soil won’t hold enough moisture.

Fertilization

Generically, we recommend a fertilizer in the spring with a 1-0-1 ratio (like a 15-0-15) and in the fall, a fertilizer with a 1-0-2 ratio (like an 8-0-16.) These are generic recommendations that are meant to work for a wide area. It’s always good to check with a local lawn care professional about specific fertilizers for NorthBridge in your particular climate and soil conditions.

Mowing

You should maintain your NorthBridge lawn optimally between .5 – 1 inch. Heights above 1 inch will begin to reduce quality and encourage thatch buildup. Thatch can lead to grass disease and creates the perfect environment for insects. Recommended mowing frequency is every 5-7 days.

A Note About Chemical Treatments

Insecticide and broad-spectrum fungicides are fine to put down on newly installed grass. Wait on any herbicide applications until the grass is rooted in or established. Putting down herbicide before establishment can be harmful to the grass.

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