If you have several days of rain moving in, it’s not a bad idea to scalp your Bermuda grass lawn lower than your normal cut. This will prevent the Bermuda lawn growing tall and heavy equipment on wet soil.
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- Scalp your Bermuda lawn about 1/2″ lower than normal before a heavy pattern.
- Put out any granular fertilizer on your Bermuda grass before the rain hits.
- Check for drainage issues during the rain.
- After rain moves out, and sunny weather is returning, spray with Super Juice. Doc mixes up a strong batch, at least 14-2-4 after a heavy rain and adds iron.