What is Sahara bermuda grass?


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Sahara Bermuda grass grows lower and is more tolerant to drought than common Bermuda grass. Landscapers use it for lawns, and ranchers use it as an economical option for pasture cover.

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Sahara Bermuda grass grows well in tropical or subtropical regions. It germinates from seed in just over a week and takes approximately two months to establish. During the early stages of growth, owners should mow lawns to a very short length to encourage growth of the roots. If the owner desires taller grass, he should increase the mowing height gradually to establish the lawn at the desired height. Keeping this type of Bermuda grass short improves the lawn color.

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