Latitude 36 Bermudagrass

Latitude 36 is a natural variety of grass developped by the Oklahoma State University and is considered one of the top grasses in the NTEP ranking in the United States and Canada.

It has a very good resistance against spring dead spot and leaf spot, and is, out of all the bermudagrasses currently on the market, the one which most withstands low temperatures.

At the same time, it has a very high tolerance to transfer and an exceptional attractive image.

It is very flexible and has a very fine blade texture.

It is ideal for the hot areas in the south and for climatological transition.

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CHARACTERISTICS

Aesthetics

Aesthetics

Golf, sports ground, gardens and landscapes.
Dark green.
Fine.
High colour retention.

Function

Function

Sandy, clay and loam.
By stolons and rhizomes.
High resistance.
High.
High resistance.
High resistance.

Climate

Climate

High resistance.
High resistance, it is the best bermudagrass to tolerate low temperatures.
Very high in cold regions.
High resistance.
High resistance.
Low.

Care

Care

From 15 mm – 50 mm.
High resistance.
Low needs depending on the level of maintenance.

Growing Zone