Bermuda Lawn Summer Scalp and Aerate

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Bermuda Lawn Summer Scalp and Aerate

Doc and crew spend three long days scalping and aerating the Bermuda lawn.  Summer is the perfect time to to aerate your Bermuda lawn.  This allows water, air, and nutrients to go deep into the soil.  At the same time scalping and aerating the lawn opens up the thick lawn and reduces build up.  When aerating your Bermuda lawn make sure you cut the grass very low. This will allow better penetration of the tines and make picking up the cored easier.  After your done, apply PGF Complete and HUMICHAR. 

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The Bermuda Lawn Guide

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Lawn Sweeper Doc uses during the lawn scalp and aerate.

Flower and Veggie Garden Compost Booster

DirtBooster helps you make super compost in only a few days. 

HUMICHAR…  
Should be applied to ALL LAWNS and can be applied as heavy and as often as you like.  It contains NOTHING that can hurt your lawn and is 50/50 mix of biochar and humic acid. 

PGF Complete 16-4-8 Lawn Fertilizer

This is the main fertilizer for ALL lawns during the growing season.  Warm season and cool season lawns. 

PGF Balance 10-10-10 

A professional grade 10-10-10 with tiny particles, micro nutrients, and iron. 

Granular Pre-Emergent in DG Particles

Spring Lawn Fertilizers

PGF Complete website to pick the right fertilizer. 

Killing Grubs in the Spring

Preventative products should be used in the late summer.  Killing products work best in the spring. The product below can be applied anytime of the year to kill grubs. 

Super Juice Lawn Supplement and Bio-Stimulant

Lawn Hose End Spray Bottles

WARNING: Use only the 20:1 ratio bottles and do not pay more than $19 for TWO bottles.  When out of stock, others will charge up to $40 if out of stock. Simply wait until they come back in stock from Andersons. 

Microbe and Good Fungus Booster

Bermuda lawn care and caring for your gardens. 

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Robert Boyd
Robert Boyd
1 month ago

I bought a ryan renothin several years ago and used it to verticut my zoysia and bermuda for several years. Also I bought a superseeder which is made by stinger equipment out of Kentucky. It works really well as a verticut and have used it several times. Verticutting will initially thin but after fertilization and rain will tighten up bermuda and as nodes are created. If I don’t verticut, water has a difficult time getting to the soil. Also I verticut when the soil is damp but not soggy. I like to cut the grass low a day or two… Read more »

Ruben
Ruben
1 month ago

Ok, Doc now I am confuse, I just started seeing progress on my Bermuda, work from scratch, since last year, Why scalp and aerate in the middle of summer? Specially if the lawn is looking good, I am following your Bermuda calendar and according to your calendar scalping is on Spring. Why do it more than twice a year?

Michael Maxwell
Michael Maxwell
1 month ago

Doc can you scalp and aerate your lawn in the summer August 100 * days first of August in Texas. This won’t kill grass by being Burt up? Can you call me and discuss this ,Doc? Sincerely; Michael Maxwell 817-991-8932 Dallas,Fort Worth aera.

Brenda Lee Romero
Brenda Lee Romero
1 month ago

Love it! I can’t wait for the “Spoon feeder” green fertilizer! Love your videos!

Christopher C Romig
Christopher C Romig
1 month ago

I am in a relatively new home and opted for Bermuda grass for my lawn. My neighbor has zoysia. My lawn is pretty healthy and I have been following your videos and your handbook but I started getting creep from my neighbor’s zoysia along our shared property line and I also have several patches where centipede or St. Augustine grass is invading. Is there anything I can put on the St. Aug and or zoysia that will halt its growth> How do I get the Bermuda to take back its rightful place?