Spring Bermuda Lawn Scalp

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Scalping Bermuda Lawn in the Spring

Doc does a pre-scalp of the Bermuda lawn. This pre-scalp will reduce some of the work when the full scalp is done in a few weeks.  Remember, these dead, brown, lawn clippings from the scalp should always by picked up as they have little benefit to the lawn. 

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The Bermuda Lawn Guide

bermuda lawn guide

Large Spreader Used – Top Pick for 2021

Probably one of the best VALUES for a large spreader with huge 13 inch wheels. 

Best VALUE in Reel Mowers

Flower and Veggie Garden Compost Booster

DirtBooster will be available on Amazon soon. It contains everything you need to create an active compost pile. It can also be tilled into your gardens.  

organic compost mix

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 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. 

Bermuda lawn care and caring for your gardens. 

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michael A Byrne
michael A Byrne
3 years ago

Can i use this process on my zoysia lawn

Kyle Brookey
Kyle Brookey
3 years ago

Hey Doc – Just finished scalping bermuda lawn in Raleigh, NC. Year two of a sodded new build so really the first time I’ve down a hard scalp. Noticed a significant amount of ruts and uneven terrain which caused a lot of issues. When should i address the leveling of my lawn? Should note I’m using a rotary mower which makes cutting low and not scaling the surface difficult. Thanks Doc!