Oasis Blended Bermuda Grass Seed
- A blend of certified improved bermudagrasses, selected for increased
genetic diversity and a broader spectrum of adaptation when compared to
an individual variety. Research shows that seed blends express the
strengths of the component varieties, while masking individual varietal
weaknesses. The varieties in Oasis were selected to complement each
other, each contributing their strengths. When compared to the
individual varieties making up Oasis, the resulting blend will produce
superior turf. In public and private trials, all of the components of
Oasis have exceeded the turf quality of common bermudagrass by over
20%. For more information on Oasis Blended Bermuda Grass please call or
New Turf Applications: 2 - 3 lbs. of seed per 1,000 sq. ft. (1 - 1.5 Kg per 100 Square Meters)
Plant when soil temperatures exceed 65 F (18 C). Plant in soil that has been tilled and raked smooth. Cover with soil no deeper than 1/4 inch. Keep the soil surface moist for 1 - 2 weeks until the turf is established. After establishment, less frequent deep watering is preferred on a “as needed” basis.
After 3 - 4 weeks mow to 1” ( 2.50 CM). Maintain a 1” (2.50 CM) mowing height for the next month, and then reduce plant height to the desired height of 1/2 - 3/4 “ ( 1.25 - 1.88 CM). To prevent plant scalping
when mowing, never remove more than 1/3 of the leaf blade per mowing.
Dormant bermudagrass may be overseeded for year round color, but is not generally recommended on turf less than 6 to 8 months old. Immature turf may be damaged by the vertical cutting and scalping process, leaving it unable to compete with the overseeded species during the spring transition.
Advantages of Certified Oasis Bermuda Blend:
- Color Deep Green Light Green
- Leaf Texture Medium Fine Medium Course
- Density Dense Open
- Plant Height Short-Medium Tall
- Traffic Tolerance Excellent Good
- Drought Tolerance Good Good
- Cold Tolerance Good Fair
- Winter Kill Tolerance Good Poor
Recommended use for Certified Oasis Bermuda Blend: Golf course fairways and tees, sporting fields, parks, home lawns and commercial sites.