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NORTHBRIDGE® - BERMUDA

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Drought Tolerant Water Star Grass -

(AVAILABLE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, ORANGE COUNTY, RIVERSIDE COUNTY,
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, EAST AND SOUTH LA COUNTY)

This fine-textured Bermuda grass demonstrates excellent color, disease resistance, aggressive rooting and rapid recovery. Bred for cold tolerance, NorthBridge has a shorter dormancy period than many Bermuda grass varieties. It’s a proven winner on golf courses and sports fields. Also, well-suited to commercial and residential landscapes.

WATERING:
For the first 20 days, for optimal growth and appearance, water as needed to keep the topsoil moist. After 20 days, water three or more times a week during warm weather. No watering is required during winter dormancy. Sandy soil requires more frequent watering than clay soil. Inland areas require more water than coastal areas. Special attention should be paid to slopes and mounds where runoff occurs. More frequent, shorter watering may be necessary.

FERTILIZATION:
Fertilize in six to eight week intervals during warm weather, depending on your lawn’s color. Light green is an indication that your lawn needs fertilizer. Use an all-purpose fertilizer and follow label directions.

MOWING:
Mow seven days after installation. Mow to a height of 3/8 to 1 inch. Northbridge should be mowed at least once a week during the warm season. You will not need to mow when your sod is dormant. Never mow more than one third of the blade at one time; it may injure the plant.

DISEASES:
Northbridge is highly resistant to common disease problems. The appearance of brown spots may be a result of a watering problem. If brown spots remain after adjusting your watering routine, a disease may be present. Consult your local garden center as soon as possible.

WEED & INSECT:
Northbridge is highly resistant to common disease problems. The appearance of brown spots may be a result of a watering problem. If brown spots remain after adjusting your watering routine, a disease may be present. Consult your local garden center as soon as possible.

DETHATCHING:
To minimize thatch, dethatch at least once per year or more as needed. The preferable time to dethatch is in the spring.

Minimum order of 480 sq. ft'

DELIVERY: "PLEASE ALLOW 3-5 DAYS FOR DELIVERY"

480 - 880 sq. ft' - $75.00 Delivery Fee (included in price below)
960 sq. ft' plus - Free Delivery (price below reflects free delivery)

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Drought Tolerance 10
Disease Resistance 9
Wear Resistance 10
Shade Tolerance 6
Recovery 9
Winter Color 5
Heat Tolerance 9