Bulls Eye Bermudagrass Sod
Bulls Eye Bermudagrass Sod
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Information
Our Bull's Eye bermudagrass sod is a warm-season hybrid Bermudagrass which we offer in sod roll form and is grown on a rich, sandy loam soil base. The Bull's Eye bermudagrass sod has a deep blue-green color that is darker than other bermudagrasses and is more shade tolerant than most bermudagrasses. The Bull's Eye bermudagrass sod blades are medium-wide and their texture can be described as finer than common bermuda grass but coarser than the Tifway Bermudagrass. The Bull's Eye bermudagrass sod has a tightly packed surface, providing improved stability and a soft, carpet-like feel ideal for sports applications. You can find the Bull's Eye bermudagrass sod installed at the following locations:
- Chase field, in Phoenix, AZ.
- Barona Ranch Golf Course in San Diego, CA.
- Dragon Ridge Country Club in Las Vegas, NV.
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Performance
The Bull's Eye bermudagrass sod stands out from other bermudagrasses for increased shade tolerance and a superb, deep, blue-green color. The Bull's Eye bermuda grass sod is also drought-tolerant , heat-tolerant, and tolerant of heavy foot traffic. The Bull's Eye bermuda grass sod is highly ranked in studies on quality of bermudagrasses by the National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP). The Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod is also top-rated in studies by Mississippi State University of Bermuda grass cultivars. The Bull's Eye bermuda grass sod has an excellent rooting system which provides a lawn with improved growth patterns and fast recovery from damage.
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Delivery to Southern California
Our Bulls Eye Bermudagrass sod delivery is available in Southern California Monday - Saturday. Orders should be placed 2-3 days ahead during weekdays (Monday - Thursday sod delivery) and 3-4 days ahead for weekend deliveries (Friday and Saturday sod delivery). You can place your sod grass order at (925) 435 - 7874 any day of the week except Sunday between 7:00 am - 5:00 pm. All orders will be verified via text message before being shipped to ensure proper spelling and numeric quantities. You can finally be done with Googling "sod near me", "sod for sale near me" and "sod delivery near me." We recommend the use of a starter fertilizer for new Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod lawns. You can add starter fertilizer to your order at checkout and your starter fertilizer will come directly with your sod delivery.
Sod delivery orders placed for sod installation as well should be placed 7-10 days in advance to ensure your sod delivery and sod installation can be done on your preferred date. Our sod installation only includes the actual sod grass installation, all areas should be prepped for our sod installation crew to install sod. If you would like to check for availability prior to placing your sod delivery and sod installation order, you can call us at (925) 435 - 7874 and one of our Sales Representatives will provide you with the most up to date information on sod delivery availability. Our sod is cut fresh to ship, never held in stock!
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Delivery to Northern California
Sod delivery of the Bulls Eye bermudagrass to Northern California may be available with additional pricing. Please call us at (925) 435 - 7874 to inquire about availability and pricing for a Bulls Eye bermuda grass sod delivery to Northern California. Additional pricing for the Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod delivery to Northern California may not be available on our website, so please call us to receive a customized quote and invoice.
Bulls Eye Sod Installation
Sod installation includes the actual installation of sod only. Our sod installation does NOT include tearing out the existing lawn and preparing the area for sod delivery and sod installation. Our sod installation includes applying the starter fertilizer on top of your prepped area if you choose to order the starter fertilizer with your sod delivery, cutting the lawn to fit your area, rolling the lawn after sod grass installation and disposing of excess material and pallets. If you have questions about the process of tearing out and prepping your area for sod delivery and sod installation, CLICK HERE or give us a call at (925) 435 - 7874.
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Starter Fertilizer
Starter Fertilizer is always recommended when installing a new sod lawn. CLICK HERE to view our Starter Fertilizer. If you are planning for a sod delivery and/or sod installation, be sure to plan for Starter Fertilizer. Starter Fertilizer is designed to provide your new sod lawn with the balanced ratio of nutrients a new sod lawn needs, which is different from a sod grass lawn that is already established. You can order Starter Fertilizer with your sod delivery and sod installation. The starter fertilizer will be shipped directly with your sod delivery. Starter Fertilizer should be applied on the prepped area prior to the sod installation. Additionally, two applications of starter fertilizer are recommended for sod installations, one application prior to sod installation and a second application about 2 months after the sod installation.
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Initial Watering Directions
Your new Bull's Eye Bermudagrass sod lawn should be kept consistently moist the first 2-3 weeks during the rooting and establishment period. Keeping the sod grass moist after sod installation facilitates a healthy rooting and establishment period. Watering your new Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod lawn should occur between 5 am - 2 pm and nighttime watering should be avoided. For a new Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod lawn, watering should generally occur at a higher frequency with shorter duration. After the rooting and establishment period, watering can incrementally be cut back. Once the lawn is established, watering recommendations vary based on many factors such as type of irrigation system, water pressure, location and the immediate environment the sod lawn will be in.
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Mowing
The Bull's Eye Bermuda grass recommended mowing height is 1/2" to 2". The first mowing should be done at the highest setting the first time you mow your lawn. After that, you can incrementally work your way down to your preferred mowing height. Mowing should be done on a sod lawn that has been allowed to dry overnight, mowing should never be done on a wet, recently installed sod grass lawn. After the sod grass lawn has established, mowing will generally be required every 5-7 days. WARNING: Never mow more than 1/3 of the total height at once.
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Growth Rate, Type and Speed
The Bull's Eye bermudagrass sod has an excellent rooting system. A better rooting system provides a lawn with excellent growth patterns and fast recovery from damage. For sports fields, a fast recovering sod grass is ideal and helpful. To complement this, the Bull's Eye bermudagrass sod has a tightly packed growth pattern that makes for a lawn with a soft, cushion-like feel. The soft, cushion like feel of the Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod is great for sports applications as well because of the improved stability it provides for athletes. Once established, the Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod will grow at a rate that requires mowing approximately every 5-7 days.
Bull's Eye Bermudagrass Sod Wintering and Dormancy
The Bull's Eye Bermuda grass has a winter dormancy period, meaning it will brown up as temperatures cool down in the fall and green back up as temperatures rise in the spring. In cold winter climates, the Bull's Eye Bermuda grass may require fall overseeding based on aesthetic preferences. The Bull's Eye Bermuda grass is best for warm temperatures and hot climates.
Monocot Warm-Season Grass
The Bull's Eye Bermuda grass is a warm-season grass. Warm-season grasses like the Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod thrive best in hot climates with warmer temperatures. If the Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod is planted in a cooler-season region, it will go through a winter dormancy period. A winter dormancy period means that as the temperatures begin to drop and cool down in the fall, the Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod will begin to brown up. New bermudagrass sod lawn owners think the sod is dying, but most of the time it is simply going "to sleep." As temperatures begin to rise in the spring, the Bulls Eye Bermudagrass sod will begin to green up again. One option for lawn owners who want a green lawn year round is to overseed the Bulls Eye bermudagrass sod so it stays green year-round. The Bull's Eye is a monocot and is part of the Poaceae family.