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Bermudagrass - Common

 Introduced- Perrenial - Warm Season 

Bermudagrass is an aggressive, long lived, sod forming grass that can become 8 to 16 inches tall. It is has good forage value for all classes of livestock but is of little value for wildlife and has even been referred to as a "biological desert for wildlife."  Areas greater than 50% Bermudagrass greatly reduce available wildlife habitat. Due to fertilization needs for grazing, it is usually viewed as an unsustainable grass alone for livestock production. 

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Bermudagrass seed has an outer, protective, seed coat. When sold with this seed coat intact, it is referred to as un-hulled bermudagrass seed. Un-hulled bermuda requires longer to germinate, but is more hardy and less likely to sprout pre-maturely. Hulled bermudagrass seed can access water easier than un-hulled and therefore can sprout and establish quicker. However, if conditions are not optimal, hulled bermuda may sprout quickly and then die.