Common Bermudagrass is an introduced, warm season, long-lived perennial with a spreading growth habit. It propagates by runners, underground rootstocks and seed. The runners vary from a few inches to 3 or 4 feet in length, and under favorable conditions they may grow 15 to 20 feet in a season. The leaves are short, flat, bluish-green, and 1 to 4 inches long.
Common Bermudagrass grows well on almost any soil that is fertile and not too wet. It thrives in hot weather and grows through the southern regions on the United States.
● Excellent drought tolerance.
● Provides fair quality forage and or hay for all classes of livestock.