Caustic Burno wrote:I have found my bahia thrives in 6.0 to 6.5, when the ph fall's below 6, I see thining and weed growth in those areas.
Now know this planting Bahia seed today you are not going to have pasture tommorrow. Bahia seed can lay dormaint for year's if condition's are not right, secondly make sure you buy acid washed seed.
For our area I would plant a 50/50 mix of Bahia and Common bermuda. The bermuda will jump cover the ground and make for great grazing until the bahia take's it over.
jsm wrote:Thanks. I talked to a couple of places that apply lime and one of them told me their CCE rating was something like 101 or 102, so that nearly exactly matches the 100 rating that was specified on the soil sample report. I think they should be able to just apply with no CCE adjustment.
Thanks again to everyone for their help!
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