Blackjack Bermuda Grass Seed

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Blackjack Bermuda Grass Seed

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5 LBS $24.99
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10 LBS $44.99
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25 LBS $109.99
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50 LBS $199.99

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Blackjack Bermuda Grass

Growing Blackjack Bermuda seed rewards you with a fine-textured, carpet-like, dark green Bermuda Grass turf. Blackjack grass seed produces a top-quality seeded Bermuda grass that is perfect for the home lawn, parks or sports fields. Grow a Blackjack Bermuda grass lawn and enjoy the unsurpassed dark green color in a seeded Bermuda grass. This grass seed is also used for over-seeding an already established Bermuda turf. This vigorous, fine-bladed cultivar adds color and density to any warm-season blend. Blackjack lawn seed produces a sun-loving turf that performs throughout the hottest summer months, and in addition, Blackjack shows remarkable cold tolerance even in cold winter areas. If planting sprigs or plugs makes your back sore, consider Blackjack seeded Bermudagrass. You'll get a dense green lawn all summer long.

Choose Blackjack grass for:

  • Deep green color
  • Carpet-like density
  • Extra cold tolerances
  • Super-fine texture
  • Superior seedling vigor
  • Good shade tolerance compared to other Bermudagrasses
  • Good drought tolerance
  • Good traffic tolerance

Seeding Rate:
New Turf Applications: Sow 1 - 2 lbs. of Blackjack Bermuda Grass seed per 1000 sq. ft.

A Blackjack Bermuda Grass lawn can be maintained at mowing heights from 0.5 inches to 2 inches. Applying 3 to 5 pounds of nitrogen per 1000 square feet per growing season is adequate. Do not remove over 1/3 of the leaf blade per mowing for healthy turf.

Blackjack Bermuda Grass Adaptation: Across the Southern 1/3 of the U.S. Including Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Hawaii.