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I'm asking these question in many places and getting many conflicting responses. Best below 1 inch. Bermuda doesnt have to be overseeded because it actually does just as good on its own spreading. I'll read up on TifTuff and Tifgrand. Most people say that they dont care untill you start seeing patches of off color. Even as plugs into an area. You can get rid of it but it requires that you lower your height of cut. As Greendoc and Spammage a reel mower would alow you to cut very low. Every Bermuda looks a little different, like what Movingshrub said. I would invest that money in a reel mower. Mowing high makes the faster growing varieties stand out in the lawn. May as well just make a blend of Bermuda and seed that if your plan is to embrace a multi-cultivar lawn. I dont think it is as aggressive in spreading as riviera. JohnP is converting a weed patch into a St Augustine lawn. So standing from the street you wont see the difference but up close you will notice. DON'T take the following explanation as dismissing any of the advice given here. Quick links. From what I've read it is the most close in color and texture to but, along with Riviera, suffers from being more sensitive to Quinclorac which is my goto for crabgrass and other weeds in my Bermuda lawns Drive XLR8. What minimizes the differences is if you can mow low. Skip to content. Will it Match Overseeding a hybrid bermuda with a seeded form. Yukon seed is expensive You are maintaining your height of cut at 2. You have alot of trees. PS - I mow times per week Retired. I see that you said you fertilize. It is darker than common bermuda. Right now, I am talking one of our cool season members through a no till renovation of a lawn from hell. When you cut your grass high it uses most of its energy growing up instead of out. Should I use it to overseed ? I know I gave you alot of information but please consider not overseeding your lawn. This will actually give you faster results than seeding and will not stop your preemergence application in the fall. I'm mowing at about 2. If you have thin spots ask yourself why. So here's my questions How do folks like Yukon? Very very fine texture bermuda with a darker color. How do I like it? This year my height of cut is 0. I wasn't really asking about the thinner areas because I've resigned myself that I'm stuck with the thin areas because of the sunlight issues. Yukon really responds to iron and gets really dark. Common bermuda does not like to be cut below 1 inch. Which means you will have very little germination. Now that I've got things more or less under control I'm considering an overseed with Yukon. I found a partial bag of Sahara seed in the garage when we purchased so I'm guessing that the previous owner had used it to try to fill things in while the home was on the market. TifTuff or Tifgrand? Alot lower. Even though yukon has almost the same leaf texture as its color is subtly different.

Privacy Terms. Board index Discussions Warm Season Blackjack bermuda shade tolerance. Last edited by Tellycoleman on Thu Jul 05, am, edited 8 times in total. Now as far as your question. I know most people say "my lawn is to bumpy" But often a reel mower will scalp the lawn less than a rotory.

You are trying to treat the symptoms and not the disease so blackjack bermuda shade tolerance speak. Any other tips?

It's a lot less area than it looks that is "shade thin". It did not work. Can't do that to Cut its fertilizer and it thins out, looking anemic. Why put a blue Cadillac door on a red Mercedes Benz. If money is an issue but you have patience, that is the other way to get it done. I tried this exact project a few months ago against blackjack bermuda shade tolerance advice from others.

There is a reason why this is a forum full of bermuda lovers and experts and NO ONE will do what you are proposing to oaks card blackjack on your lawn.

Get a greens mower. I think i made this analogy once when someone asked me the exact question a couple blackjack bermuda shade tolerance ago. Last edited by Smokindog on Wed Jul 04, pm, edited 1 time in total.

I love it. If you can NOT get rid of them then try and have someone come in and thin out and raise your canopy to allow more sun to hit the ground. I got basically zero germination in the tif. Not necessarily in a good way.

If your trying to grow in an area I put down alot more than a maintenance app 3 Have you ever stuck a screwdriver in the thin areas to see if there is alot of rocks or construction debri under the ground in thin areas?

However they're better than they were as I've raised the canopy of the two large trees in the past 2 years letting in more light.

Bermuda will spread into any open spots if there is enough sunlight. You might as well throw away your quinclorac if you have Yukon. What is the cause? This is my first ever Bermuda lawn! I done a lot of reading and this seems to be a very common practice once multiple types of Bermuda have taken in a yard. If so areation 7 does better and grows thicker with a lower height of cut. I'm probably going to move on to leveling and forget this "blended look" idea for now anyway. The common bermuda is thin looks stressed and my yukon has just moved on into the thin spots. Tifgrand is a grass that I often skip feeding because it is still green. This means very little sunlight reaches the ground. Thinner ares of grass I thank folks for the input as I'll look into the recommendations of more shade tolerant Bermuda cultivars. I can now see some areas in the lawn that are slightly different in texture and color. Plus they may each tolerate chemicals differently. I love my yukon but if i had sodded in my yard I would search and destroy everyblade of yukon I once loved. It is more than sensitive to it and will not tolerate it even in small doses. Since you already mow alot it shouldnt be a problem Now as far as your common Bermuda you already have in your lawn. It is designed for cold tolerance not shade tolerance. The only disadvantage to mowing low is that you have to mow often. Like giving someone with a broken leg some morphine and sending them home pain free without a cast. Trees and Bermuda doesnt mix at all. I'm roughly 60 days from my last treatment so the window is opening. It's getting plenty of N!!!!! Usually fertilizer and water is all you need to make spread like mad. The grass is hardy. If you want to favor it, just cut back on the fertilizer. I fertilize frequently and adjust the rate accordingly. How do you think it matches with I can water all I want, will a simple broadcast overseed be effective on a fairly dense lawn? It will not grow worth a flip in the shade.