Bahia Grass is a very hardy grass that it used frequently along the coastal areas of Florida. Bahia has very high drought resistance. The grass requires a high level of mowing maintenance during hot weather and has very low resistance to weed control herbicides. People often fertilize in the fall and winter to keep Bahia Grass green, but this encourages weed populations.
Planting and Maintenance
Bahia Grass requires frequent mowing during the hotter months, making it unsuitable for many people. State agencies have trouble to maintain Bahia because of the level of mowing it requires.
Bahia is a very drought resistant turf, so it requires little if no watering. If it is watered when it isn’t needed, the grass can be ruined.
Grass can be planted through seed or sod.