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It’s a great idea to use Bermuda grass for golf courses, athletic fields, and large commercial properties because it is drought-resistant. But in order to keep it lush and green, you should fertilize it regularly. Watch this video to see how to fertilize Bermuda grass in Sunnyvale.

After an initial sod installation is done, Bermuda grass doesn’t require much maintenance at all. It prefers to be in the sun and can withstand high temperatures. To fertilize it, you can use something as simple as compost. You should also water it regularly and make sure to mow it about once every week. If you do this, your Bermuda grass should respond accordingly and grow to be thick, strong, and green.