• It can grow in all places with an average annual temperature of about 20-25 degrees. If the temperature drops 5-7 degrees from this average, the grass will turn yellow on surface. Its small and fine seeds contain 3.300 to 4.000 per gram. It grows in almost all types of soil. It grows especially well
    in well-fertilized, moderate-textured soils with good drainage. It can also grow heavy-textured soil, sandy coastal areas, alkaline soils, and highly acidic soils with pH value greater than 5.5.
  • Bermuda grass likes the heat and full sun. It does not like shade. It forms a thin, long and weak texture in shady areas. Sufficiently beautiful grass texture can be achieved with only half of the normal watering regime.
  • Its growth accelerates in summertime in parallel with heat, irrigation and fertilization. It forms a lush green and smooth turf through abundant fertilizers and proper mowing. It is fertilized 5 to 10 times per year depending on the traffic frequency. It likes humidity during its growth period in summer. It forms a spectacular turf thanks to its long-lived and durable nature. It is tolerant to low mowing.
  • In winter, with temperatures dropping below 15 degrees, it goes through a color transformation from green to yellow. This transformation continues from November to mid-April in coastal Mediterranean. During this period, the grass lays dormant. It does not display any growth. It becomes green once again with rising temperatures.