Warm season grasses are best adapted to areas where temperatures reach 80°F or higher. Their tolerance of cool weather is generally poor, and they may die in low winter temperatures. Most become dormant below 50°F. Newer varieties are moving into the transition area and have improvements in texture, color, and temperature ranges.
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Yukon - Yukon seeded turf-type bermudagrass is the best choice for turf managers needing an exceptional seeded bermudagrass, no matter what bermuda growing zone they are in – worldwide! Developed by the Oklahoma State University Turfgrass Research Team, in conjunction with the USGA, Yukon's five parental plants were selected in 1990 from a cold hardy study based on their high turf quality. Yukon is the most dramatic improvement in seeded bermudagrass varieties to date.
Futura Heat - In many situations, certified Futura Heat turf-type seeded bermudagrass blend from Pickseed USA is a wiser, more economical and beneficial choice for a turf project manager, architect or designer. Futura Heat Bermudagrass, with its rapid germination and establishment rate, is an excellent choice for project managers on a tight completion schedule. Certified Futura Heat seed can be stored on the job site until needed for planting, whereas sprigs and sod must be ordered daily as needed.