Barbados

Cynodon

  • Winter dormant
  • Low pH soils
  • Low water requirement
  • Sandy / marginal to clay soils
  • Low maintenance
  • No shade tolerance

What to use where:

  • Sports fields (Hockey / Cricket)
  • Fairways
  • Roughs
  • Polo fields
  • Horse race tracks

 

Seeding rate:

  • 20 g/m²
Specifications
Cynodon Dactylon

Often referred to as ‘common’ Bermuda grass, this is a highly variable, warm-season specie within which substantial differences exist in colour, texture, density, vigour, and environmental adaptation. Adapted to a wide range of soil conditions. Although Bermuda grass is generally not very cold tolerant, some newer varieties do tend to adapt well in colder conditions. It does not tolerate areas with prolonged shady periods and therefore other warm...

Often referred to as ‘common’ Bermuda grass, this is a highly variable, warm-season specie within which substantial differences exist in colour, texture, density, vigour, and environmental adaptation. Adapted to a wide range of soil conditions. Although Bermuda grass is generally...

Often referred to as ‘common’ Bermuda grass, this is a highly variable, warm-season specie within which substantial differences exist in colour, texture, density, vigour, and environmental adaptation. Adapted to a wide range of soil conditions. Although Bermuda grass is generally not very cold tolerant, some newer varieties do tend to adapt well in colder conditions. It does not tolerate areas with prolonged shady periods and therefore other warm-season species must be considered where trees and other structures restrict sunlight. It is most commonly used for lawns, sports fields, and along roadsides.