Tifway419 Bermuda

$210.00 Per Pallet

  • Each pallet covers 500 square feet.
  • Delivery fee will apply.
  • All sod is cut to order.
  • Requires 8+ hours of sunlight.

Additional information

Intended used

Commercial, High Traffic, Residential, Sports

Sun or Shade


Tifway 419 is an improved hybrid Bermuda developed from Tifton, Georgia. Tifway forms a fine textured, dense hybrid Bermuda turf, which excels in high traffic areas or under athletic field conditions. It performs at its best in full sun with a mowing height of 3/4 – 1 1/2 inches. When fully established, it has excellent drought and heat tolerance and will recover quickly from abuse or neglect.


    • Excellent Leaf Width: 1.2 (mm)
    • Internode Diameter: 1.0 (mm)
    • Shoot Density: 335 (dm-2)


    • Tifway 419 should be watered daily and kept wet during the first 7-10 days.
    • Deep soaking every 7 days is generally adequate during the growing season.
    • Hot & dry environments may require more frequent deep watering.


    • For best results Tifway 419 should be mowed at least weekly during the growing season.
    • It should be mowed to a height of 3/4 – 1-1/2 inches.


    • Tifway 419 requires a consistent monthly fertilization program.
    • During the spring, summer, and fall months it should be fertilized with 3/4 to 1 lbs of Nitrogen applied to each 1,000 square feet of lawn.


When properly maintained,

    • Tifway 419 is both heat and drought tolerant
    • Can withstand temperatures in excess of 100 degrees Fahrenheit.


    • Tifway 419 is the most wear tolerant of the hybrid Bermudas
    • Recovers quickly from damage during the growing season.


    • Tifway 419 prefers a full sun location with little or no shade. It needs 8+ hours of sun.
    • Tifway 419 exhibits a dark green color during the growing season.
    • With proper maintenance practices, it produces little seed head.


    • Tifway 419 is virtually free of weeds, insects, and disease when it is delivered. However, in some installations, weed and insect problems may occur from close proximity to neighboring lawns having these problems. Various cultural practices may be used to reduce these problems; however, should chemical controls be required, they should be used in accordance with the written instructions provided by the manufacturer.