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Bahia ($115 + $10 Pallet) $ 125


The Argentine Bahia, also known as Bahiagrass, is a native grass species from the southern United States and Mexico. It is widely used as pasture grass for animals, mainly cattle, horses, and sheep. Bahiagrass is known for its high tolerance to drought and poor soil conditions, and for its ability to recover quickly after grazing or cutting.

This grass is also commonly used in parks and residential gardens due to its ability to grow in sandy and acidic soils. It has a dense foliage appearance, and its height varies from 7 to 19 inch depending on the maintenance method. Bahiagrass is also quite resistant to diseases and insects, and is considered a low maintenance plant.

Bahia is a rustic and ugly grass, low maintenance and very resistant. Its parts break very easily when handled during installation, which makes installation very difficult and some pallets may come with ants and weeds. This is why the price is so low compared to other types of grass.

In summary, the Argentine Bahia grass is a hardy and low maintenance turf grass that can withstand adverse weather conditions and poor soils. It is widely used as pasture grass and in parks and residential gardens.


Main advantages of Argentine Bahia grass:

High drought tolerance: Bahiagrass is known for its ability to withstand adverse weather conditions, including prolonged drought, making it an ideal option for areas with low water availability or hot and dry climates.

Quick recovery: After grazing or cutting, Bahiagrass is able to recover quickly, making it a good option for animal pastures.

Adaptability to poor soils: Bahiagrass is able to grow in sandy and acidic soils, making it a good option for areas with low-quality soil.

Resistant to disease and pests: Bahiagrass is known to be a disease and pest-resistant plant, requiring less chemical treatments and reducing maintenance costs.

Low maintenance: Bahiagrass is a low maintenance plant, requiring little water and fertilizer, and can be cut and grazed without the need for special equipment.

Wide use: Bahiagrass is widely used as a pasture grass for animals, parks and residential gardens, and can be used for both commercial and residential purposes.


Maintenance tips for keeping your Argentine Bahia sod healthy and beautiful:
Water regularly: During hot months, it is important to keep the soil moist, especially during germination. After that, water regularly to avoid plant stress.
Fertilize: Argentine Bahia grass needs regular fertilization to maintain its green color and health. Use organic or chemical fertilizers, following the manufacturer's recommendations.
Grazing management: If you plan to use your Argentine Bahia grass as pasture for animals, it's important to make sure they don't graze too much in a short period of time, which can cause the grass to become exhausted.
Regular cutting: Keep your Argentine Bahia grass cut regularly, according to the height recommendations for your region. Regular cutting helps keep the grass healthy and prevents it from becoming invasive.
Weed control: Weeds can compete with your Argentine Bahia grass for water and nutrients. Remove them regularly to ensure your grass has enough resources.
Pest and disease control: Regularly check your grass for signs of pests or diseases and treat them quickly to prevent them from spreading.
Choose the right planting time: The best time to plant Argentine Bahia grass is between March and April, when the weather conditions are ideal for plant growth and development.

Argentine Bahia Pallet 400sqft ($10 wooden pallet)

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