NorthBridge Bermuda

northbridge bermuda grass
Fine leaf blade, luxurious, durable

NorthBridge® Bermudagrass is an Oklahoma State Unviersity Selection that has fine texture, improved cold tolerance, early spring green-up, and extreme sod strength. NorthBridge® Bermudagrass shows promise in a cold-hardy bermudagrass for the transition zone for homes, sports, golf and commercial.

northbridge bermuda grass uses

• Residential lawns

• Commercial properties

• Golf course fairways, tees, rough

• Sports fields

• Parks and public spaces

northbridge highlights

• Medium to fine bladed

• 0.5” to 1.5” mowing height

• Tolerates moderate cold,  drought

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northbridge bermuda grass
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How fast do you expect your sod to establish once installed?
Sod establishment encompasses the period between planting and the point when the turf reaches a level of sufficiency in development and appearance that is reasonable.
What type of maintenance requirements do you expect your sod to have?
Maintenance incorporates the different actions you may have to take on your lawn to maintain its health and good appearance. This may include irrigation, mowing, nutrient management, weed management, etc.
How much shade (or lack thereof) does the space where you will be installing sod have?
Shade tolerance is an influential factor behind grass growth. Think about the shade conditions of the space where you will be installing sod and select them here.
How much wear/traffic do you expect your sod to experience?
Think about where the sod will be installed and the types of activities that will take place on it (e.g., you may be placing patio furniture or a grill on the grass. Also, the grass may be prone to high foot traffic, etc.)
What kind of texture would you like your sod to have?
Blade width determines the look and feel of grass. Fine-textured grass has narrow blades and coarser grass has wider blades.
What shade of green would you like your sod to have?
Different varieties of sod range from lighter and brighter shades of green to darker shades.
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