All You Need to Know About Bermudagrass (2022)

Bermudagrass is valued for its exceptional heat and drought tolerance and a capacity to withstand heavy use and recuperate quickly. This combination of qualities leads many U.S. lawn owners to rely on Bermudagrass for its resilience. But Bermuda's climate requirements limit its widespread use. Depending on where you live and how you use your lawn, Bermudagrass may be a leading choice for you.

  • Bermudagrass At a Glance
  • Bermudagrass Basics
  • Other Bermudagrass Considerations
  • Bermudagrass Lawn Care Calendar

Bermudagrass At a Glance


  • Warm-season grass.
  • Requires full sun and good drainage.
  • Suitable for southern lawns from coast to coast.
  • Tolerant of heat, drought, traffic and salt.
  • High maintenance and nutrient requirements.

Bermudagrass Basics

Bermudagrass is native to tropical and subtropical countries worldwide. The date of its U.S. arrival is unknown, but historical documents reveal it was already established as one of the primary grasses in southern states in 1807.1 Bermudagrass is a perennial warm-season grass, meaning it comes back every year in the proper climate and grows most actively from late spring through hot summer months.

Bermudagrass is more sensitive to cold temperatures than warm-season Zoysia grassor cool-season grasses such as turf-type tall fescue. This lack of cold tolerance limits its use north of the grass-growing region lawn pros call the "transition zone." South of that region, from the Atlantic across southern states into California, Bermudagrass is a leading lawn choice.

Bermuda grass flourishes in sites with full, direct sun and good drainage. It has superior heat, salt and humidity tolerance. Unlike Centipede grass, Bermuda is very drought-tolerant, too. Though most of Bermuda's roots stay within 6 inches of the surface, they can reach 6 feet or more in depth.1 This extensive root system provides more resilience against environmental stresses than other warm-season lawn grasses.


Other Bermudagrass Considerations

Bermudagrass has the fastest growth rate of any of the common warm-season grasses.1 It spreads by both above-ground stems known as stolons and below-ground stems called rhizomes. An aggressive growth rate makes Bermudagrass challenging to contain, but able to endure heavy use. It recuperates from damage far more quickly than most grasses. As a result, it is the preferred grass for athletic fields, golf course tee areas and golf fairways throughout southern regions.

In frost-free climates, Bermudagrass stays green all winter. However, in much of its growing region, it spends winter dormant and brown. Bermudagrass dormancy generally starts earlier and lasts longer than warm-season alternatives such as Zoysia and Bahiagrass. Southern lawn owners often keep Bermudagrass lawns green in winterwith cool-season ryegrass for winter color.

Unlike some warm-season choices, Bermudagrass lawns can be started from seed, giving you added options and advantages. Pennington Smart Seed Bermudagrass Grass Seed and Fertilizer Mixoffers improved cold tolerance in a wear-resistant, self-repairing, self-spreading lawn. Pennington Smart Seed Texas Bermudagrass Grass Seed and Fertilizer Mixstands up to the Lone Star state's climate and weather, with low growth and deep, drought-tolerant roots.

Both these Pennington Smart Seed mixes contain a temporary, cool-season companion grass that provides stability and early color, then fades away as summer arrives. Plus, Pennington's fertilizer-enhanced seed coat technology speeds establishment and promotes greener grass compared to ordinary Bermudagrasses.


Bermudagrass Lawn Care Calendar

With warm-season grasses like Bermudagrass, month-by-month lawn care occurs on a different timetable than grasses grown in the north. This grass flourishes in summer heat and grows most vigorously in hot summer months. By timing lawn care tasks to complement its seasonal cycles, you can help your Bermudagrass lawn look and perform its best.

The farther south you live, the earlier weed seeds and Bermudagrass awaken and begin to grow. Weather conditions can vary significantly from year to year, so look to your grass for the final word. If you're unsure about typical frost cycles for your area, contact your local county extension officefor help. Then follow this lawn care calendar for a lush Bermudagrass lawn.

FEBRUARY/MARCH THROUGH MAY

Weed Prevention and Fertilization

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Prevent new lawn weeds and feed your established Bermudagrass lawn in early spring with Pennington UltraGreen Crabgrass Preventer Plus Fertilizer III 30-0-4. Apply any time before crabgrass seeds germinate, which starts when soil temperatures hit 55 degrees Fahrenheit. In far southern and western lawns, that can be early February or even late January some years.

Mowing

Mow your Bermudagrass lawn once in early spring. Remove dormant clippings to help prevent fungal disease. Bermudagrass enters active growth once soil temperatures warm to at least 65°F. Mow to maintain your Bermudagrass lawn at a height of 1 to 1 1/2 inches.

Seeding and Overseeding Thin Lawns

The best time to plant Bermudagrassis late spring and early summer, after soil warms and spring frost danger has passed. Bermudagrass germinates best at soil temperatures between 65°F and 70°F. Most garden retailers offer inexpensive soil thermometers to help you get timing right.

Bare Spot Repair

Repair bare lawn spots with Pennington One Step Complete Bermudagrass. Under proper growing conditions, you'll see results in three weeks or less.

Weed Control and Fertilization

Control emerged weeds and speed spring green-up with in late spring. Wait until Bermudagrass and weeds are actively growing. Wait until at least three to four weeks after application before reseeding treated areas.

Aerate and Dethatch

Bermuda's dense, aggressive growth often leads to excess thatch. Aeratecompacted soil and dethatchBermudagrass as it enters peak growth in late spring and early summer.

Watering

Once growth begins, water your established Bermudagrass lawn so it receives about 1 inch of water per week, including rainfall.

JUNE THROUGH AUGUST

Mowing

Mow to maintain Bermudagrass at 1 to 1 1/2 inches. Never remove more than one-third of the blade in a single mowing. During peak growth, Bermudagrass may need mowing more than once per week.

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Fertilization

Because of its aggressive growth rate, Bermudagrass requires regular feeding during peak growth. Fertilize with Pennington UltraGreen Lawn Fertilizer 30-0-4every 60 days during summer.

Watering

Bermudagrass is drought-tolerant, but it will go dormant during periods of extended drought. To avoid summer dormancy, give your Bermuda lawn 1 to 1 1/2 inches of water from rainfall or supplemental irrigation each week.2

Pest Control

Control grubs, mole crickets, Bermudagrass mites and other lawn pests with Sevin Lawn Insect Killer Granules.

Soil Testing

Test your lawn soil every three to four years to confirm soil pH. Bermudagrass grows best with pH between 5.8 and 7.0, but it will tolerate more alkalinity.2 In areas with overly acidic soil, Bermudagrass lawns need lime to thrive.

SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER

Mowing

Continue mowing your Bermudagrass lawn at 1 to 1 1/2 inches until it stops growing and enters dormancy.

Weed Control and Fertilization

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Four to five weeks before your area's typical fall frost date, feed your Bermudagrass lawn and treat broadleaf weed. Apply when grass and weeds are still actively growing.

Overseeding for Winter Color

For temporary winter color, overseed Bermudagrass with Pennington Smart Seed Perennial Ryegrass Grass Seed and Fertilizer Mixor Pennington Annual Ryegrass Grass Seed. Wait until nighttime temperatures are consistently below 65°F. Avoid all weed killers at least three weeks before overseeding.

Watering

Keep watering your Bermudagrass lawn with 1 inch of water per week. Gradually reduce watering as dormancy approaches.

Soil Amendments

Amend your soil based on soil test recommendations. Lime restores nutrient availabilityin overly acidic soils. Gypsum helps loosen heavy clay soil and enhance root growth.

Leaf Management

Rake or mulch fall leaves so Bermudagrass gets plenty of air and sun.

DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY

Mowing

Dormant Bermudagrass lawns do not need mowing during winter months. Mow green overseeded lawns to maintain cool-season ryegrasses at 2 inches tall.

Watering

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Water dormant Bermudagrass lawns only if needed to prevent desiccation during dry periods. For overseeded Bermudagrass, water so that ryegrasses receive at least 1 to 1 1/4 inches of water per week.

Tool Maintenance

Sharpen mowers and clean lawn tools to reduce the risk of lawn disease and be prepped for spring.

Winter Weed Control

Spot-treat green winter weeds. They're easy to spot against a dormant Bermudagrass backdrop.

Yard Patrol

Keep your lawn free from winter debris, such as stones and sticks.

When your plans call for a durable, wear-resistant warm-season lawn that withstands heat and drought, Bermudagrass may be the perfect solution. Pennington is dedicated to producing the finest grass seed and premium lawn care products possible. We're here to help you learn, grow and enjoy a lush, healthy lawn.

Always read product labels thoroughly and follow instructions.

Sources:

1. Duble, R.L., "Bermudagrass – The Sports Turf of the South," Texas A&M AgriLife Extension.

2. Patton, A. and Boyd, J., "Choosing a Grass for Arkansas Lawns," University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension.

FAQs

When should I plant Bermuda grass seed? ›

The best time to plant bermuda grass is during the late spring after the threat of frost has passed and daily high temperatures are consistently in the 80s. The most cost-effective way to plant a bermuda grass lawn is from seed.

What are the pros and cons of Bermuda grass? ›

An Overview of Bermuda Grass Pros and Cons
ProsCons
Heat and drought tolerantBrowns during extended droughts
Cheap to grow and maintainNeeds full sun
Handles heavy trafficCan spread into flower beds
Grows fast and spreads quicklyVery cold weather can kill it

What is the best dirt for Bermuda grass? ›

Bermuda Grass prefers clay soils but can grow in sandy soils as well. However, it does not grow well in acid or alkaline conditions. Soil pH should ideally be between 6.5 and 7.0 for best results, so test your soil's pH level to ensure it falls within the proper range before planting Bermuda grass sprigs.

Can I just throw down Bermuda grass seed? ›

We have all those answers and more. . . Let us start with the simple question, will the seed grow if it is just thrown on the ground? The simple answer is, yes. Beyond just throwing the seed out into the lawn and not performing any grass maintenance there is a whole world of lawn care.

Will Bermuda grass choke out weeds? ›

Considered a weed, Bermuda grass can choke out most weed species that compete with grass. It is native to tropical and subtropical countries in the world. It's a perennial warm-season grass, allowing it to grow back every year. It's most active during late spring and hot summer months.

Does sand help Bermuda spread? ›

Sand seems to be a simple solution for that. It has nothing to do with spreading. Besides that adding sand or topsoil is a really bad idea for home owners.

Does Bermuda grass spread on its own? ›

Will bermuda grass spread on its own without intervention? Yes, it should but sometimes it needs a little help to get established, even if it's being set into a new lawn in strips, with soil of an ideal type.

How high should you mow Bermuda grass? ›

Throughout the growing season, mow common Bermuda Grass at 2 inches and mow hybrid Bermuda Grass at 3/8-1.5 inches. Once you have determined the correct mowing height of your type of Bermuda Grass, mow frequently and consistently. One of the worst things for a lawn is to allow it to grow tall before you mow again.

What is the best fertilizer to put on Bermuda grass? ›

The best fertilizer for Bermuda grass will have an N-P-K ratio that's high in nitrogen, contains little or no phosphorus, and may include a small amount of potassium. For example, an NPK ratio of 16-0-8 contains 16 percent nitrogen, no phosphorus, and 8 percent potassium. This is a great ratio for Bermuda grass.

Why do people put sand on Bermuda grass? ›

Adding sand below or on top of grass can greatly improve its quality and growth. Generally, the sand will work as a "top dressing" for your lawn, which will improve drainage in the soil below. The key to healthy, fast-growing grass is good aeration and drainage, both of which sand can help you accomplish.

How often should you water Bermuda grass? ›

Bermuda grass needs 1 to 1.25 inches of water on a weekly basis to retain its color during summer. On sandy soils it requires more frequent watering, like 0.5 inch of water every third day.

Does frequent mowing thicken Bermuda grass? ›

By mowing Bermuda grass frequently (once per week) to under 1 inch in height, you encourage Bermuda grass to grow laterally along the ground, rather than up, which will result in a thicker lawn. Simply changing your mowing height can go a long way to turning a patchy Bermuda lawn into a lush paradise.

How do I thicken Bermuda grass? ›

The best way to make Bermuda grass thicker is to feed the lawn with slow-release nitrogen fertilizer such as Milorganite, then water it once per week to improve its growth rate. Also, mowing slightly lower will improve lateral growth and make the lawn thicker and fuller.

Should you put lime on Bermuda grass? ›

Bermudagrass grows best with pH between 5.8 and 7.0, but it will tolerate more alkalinity. In areas with overly acidic soil, Bermudagrass lawns need lime to thrive. Continue mowing your Bermudagrass lawn at 1 to 1 1/2 inches until it stops growing and enters dormancy.

What happens if you use too much grass seed? ›

Too much grass seed causes undue competition for resources such as light, water and nutrients, and grass seedlings struggle as a result. Too little seed leaves lawns thin or bare.

Will Bermuda seed germinate on top of soil? ›

But, will grass seeds germinate on top of soil? As a general rule, grass seeds will still attempt to grow on top of the soil; however, you will get poor results compared to grass seed covered with 1/4 inch soil. Uncovered grass seed is likely to dry out, be eaten by birds, or be carried away by water runoff.

How long does it take for Bermuda grass seed to grow? ›

IF conditions are NOT ideal, it is quite normal for Bermuda grass seeds to take 14 to 21 days for germination to occur. Occasionally, it can take longer. Seedlings are very small when they first emerge and require careful inspection to observe.

What is wrong with Bermuda grass? ›

Bermuda grass is susceptible to a variety of fungal diseases including brown patch, dollar spot, leaf spot, phythium, fairy rings, and spring dead spot. While individual diseases appear at different time of the year (depending upon weather), it is almost impossible to predict when your lawn will be afflicted.

Should Bermuda grass be bagged or mulched? ›

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Will Bermuda overtake crabgrass? ›

Although Bermuda is a fast-spreading grass type, it's very unlikely to choke out crabgrass. Crabgrass is an annual weed that sprouts and grows quickly before casting its seeds and dying.

What makes Bermuda grass spread faster? ›

Water your lawn twice a day at a depth of 1-inch to encourage deeper root development and faster spread of Bermuda grass shoots. Also, mow the lawn low more frequently to get the grass to spread laterally. Feeding it with a nitrogen fertilizer every 6-8 weeks will also help it grow faster.

How deep are Bermuda grass roots? ›

Bermudagrass roots can grow to a depth of six feet or more depending on soil profile characteristics. However, the majority of the root system, 80% or more, is found in the top 6 inches of soil.

How much nitrogen does Bermuda need? ›

Bermuda grass lawns generally need 4-5 pounds of actual nitrogen per 1000 square feet each year, regardless of the brand of fertilizer you purchase.

Should Bermuda grass be cut short? ›

The best time to mow your common Bermuda is when it reaches a height of about three inches. Therefore- after cutting off one-inch (one-third of three-inches), you should be left with about two-inches of lush green common Bermuda grass.

How long does it take for Bermuda grass to green up? ›

Depending on the temperature, complete green-up may require 2 to 6 weeks (the higher the temperature, the faster the process is completed). However, if periods of favorable temperatures are interrupted by occasional freezing temperatures, green leaves may be killed and new leaves must be produced.

Is Bermuda grass good for dogs? ›

Compared to other varieties, bermuda grass is the best grass for pets as it is tough against wear and tear and provides a great playing field for furry friends. Bermuda grass is anchored deep into the ground with strong, sturdy roots that are perfect rough play.

Should you water Bermuda grass after mowing? ›

And because it's still early in the day, now is a great time to give it what it needs. What is this? So to summarize. When it's the early part of the day AND your lawn shows signs of being dry/needing water, you absolutely should water your lawn after you're finished mowing.

What happens if you cut Bermuda grass too short? ›

Can you cut Bermuda grass too short? You'll want to avoid cutting your Bermuda turf too short, as this will cause damage to the grass by way of scalping and bare spots. Scalping refers to when you cut your grass too low to the point of exposing the stem tissues, leaving the grass with a yellowish appearance.

Why is my Bermuda grass brown after mowing? ›

Why Does Bermuda Grass Turn Brown After Mowing? There is a simple explanation. If bermuda grass gets too long, the lower part of the grass blade is hidden from the sun and will turn brown. Once you mow, the brown part is exposed.

How often should I fertilize my Bermuda grass? ›

You should fertilize your Bermuda grass about once a month in the spring using a quick-release, complete fertilizer Once your lawn is fully green and dense, you can switch to a slow-release fertilizer. This will slow the growth of your lawn, so it doesn't become overgrown.

What does nitrogen do to Bermuda? ›

Nitrogen makes grass green and helps it grow faster. 2. How can I make Bermudagrass spread faster? Just as it encourages faster upward growth, nitrogen fertilizer will encourage your Bermudagrass to spread faster.

How do you keep Bermuda grass green? ›

Bermuda grass works best with a slow-release fertilizer applied every 4 to 6 weeks during its growing season. You'll also want to make sure it's a fertilizer with nitrogen. These options will provide your grass with a dark green color and nutrients for growth.

How do you top dress Bermuda grass? ›

Topdressing involves spreading a thin layer of topsoil or river sand on the soil surface. The best topdressing material is topsoil mixed with sand. Topdressing rates may range from 1/2 to 2 cubic yards of material per 1,000 square feet. This produces a layer from 1/8 to 5/8 inch thick.

Why does my Bermuda grass have runners? ›

Bermuda Grass: Pictures of Rhizomes (Underground Runners)

These are not roots. Rhizomes serve 2 purposes, reproduction and survival. They spread out from the base of a mature plant and find a new area to grow. They may spread just a few inches before surfacing to start a new plant.

Should you mix sand with Bermuda grass seed? ›

Bermuda grass is small and can be mixed with an equal amount of dry sand before sowing.

How long do I run my sprinklers to get 1 inch of water? ›

To determine how long you need to water to get one inch, place a plastic container in your yard and set a timer. On average, it will take 30 minutes to get a half inch of water. So, 20 minutes, three times per week will give a lawn about an inch of water. This formula works best with healthy, well-cultivated soil.

Is it better to water Bermuda grass in the morning or evening? ›

The ideal time to water is in the morning, before noon to be safe. This allows your grass to retain its moisture during the hot afternoon, but dry off somewhat before nighttime. Wet grass at nighttime can actually promote disease, and you don't want that.

Can I water Bermuda at night? ›

The best time to water Bermuda grass is between early morning and mid-morning to allow the water on grass blades to dry before sunset. Avoid watering your lawn at night because temperatures are low at this time, allowing moisture to settle on grass blades for too long. Moisture increases the risk of turf diseases.

How do you promote Bermuda grass spread? ›

To encourage the spread of your grass, grow it in late spring in a soil with pH level between 5.8 and 7.0, mow your lawn more often and use nitrogen fertilizer to accelerate the growth of your lawn.

Can you cut Bermuda grass at 3 inches? ›

Answer: Most home lawns are uneven, therefore bermuda grass cannot be mowed much lower than 2 inches in height without scalping some areas. Although bermuda can be cut lower, the lawn surface must be entirely flat and reel mowers become the preferred mowing equipment.

What does iron do to Bermuda grass? ›

Iron is an essential nutrient in the growth process for Bermuda grass. Iron aids in the production of chlorophyll in grass. Chlorophyll is the substance that gives Bermuda turf its lush green color. Adding an Iron supplement to Bermuda grass may provide the lawn with a key nutrient that it could be missing.

When should you level Bermuda grass? ›

WHEN The best time is when your grass is vigorously growing. For fescue, do it in fall just before you plant seed. For bermudagrass, zoysiagrass, centipedegrass and St. Augustinegrass, do it in May.

When should I overseed Bermuda? ›

Overseed Bermuda grass in mid-spring, when soil temperatures are around 60 degrees. Decrease your mowing height to half for the winter overseeded ryegrass. This slows ryegrass growth so it's not competing with new Bermuda seedlings. It also allows more sunlight to the soil for better germination.

How do you wake up Bermuda? ›

Breaking Dormancy, How to bring Bermuda Grass out of ... - YouTube

What grass mixes well with Bermuda? ›

Overseeding Bermuda Grass With Ryegrass

The most common seed variety used to overseed Bermuda, a warm season grass, is ryegrass, which is a cool season grass. Perennial ryegrass is dark green, does excellent in full sun, tolerates high traffic well, is stress and pest tolerant, and germinates quickly.

Should you dethatch Bermuda grass? ›

Bermuda grass should be dethatched when it is actively growing in spring, from March through April. If you live in a region where your Bermuda grass goes dormant in winter, dethatch 2–4 weeks after spring green-up. If your Bermuda grass does not go dormant in winter, dethatch in March.

How long does it take for Bermuda grass to grow from seed? ›

IF conditions are NOT ideal, it is quite normal for Bermuda grass seeds to take 14 to 21 days for germination to occur. Occasionally, it can take longer. Seedlings are very small when they first emerge and require careful inspection to observe.

Is it hard to grow Bermuda grass from seed? ›

Growing Bermuda grass is easy as long as you have the right conditions. Note – For those that have not planted Bermuda grass for turf or other practical uses, its presence can be that of a weed and is very hard to get rid of.

Will Bermuda seed germinate on top of soil? ›

Bermuda grass seeds must have a thin soil covering to germinate correctly. It's best to rake down the area you plan to seed, and then when placing the seeds, be sure that you lightly cover each one with soil so that they're about ¼ of an inch deep.

How long does it take for Bermuda grass to spread? ›

If you're attempting to spread bermuda grass via seed, expect the seeds to take up to 12 weeks to form well-established roots and begin to spread like rhizomes and stolons will. However, the spread will be slowed to about 1/4″ per day for the first season or year as the initial plants mature.

How often should you water Bermuda grass? ›

Bermuda grass needs 1 to 1.25 inches of water on a weekly basis to retain its color during summer. On sandy soils it requires more frequent watering, like 0.5 inch of water every third day.

How often should you water bermuda grass seed? ›

Once growth begins, water your established Bermudagrass lawn so it receives about 1 inch of water per week, including rainfall. Mow to maintain Bermudagrass at 1 to 1 1/2 inches. Never remove more than one-third of the blade in a single mowing. During peak growth, Bermudagrass may need mowing more than once per week.

Can you over water bermuda grass seed? ›

Although these grass seeds need to be covered with a light soil layer, overwatering causes the seeds to move with the water flow -- your new grass does not germinate properly and may appear uneven because of the seeds' shift across the yard.

How often should you fertilize Bermuda grass? ›

In general, Bermuda grass needs fertilizer every 4 to 6 weeks.

How short should you cut Bermuda grass? ›

Set the mowing height at 1 to 2 inches for Common bermudagrass and 1/2 to 11/2 inches for hybrid varieties. Remove no more than one-third of the leaf area with any one mowing. The lower the mowing height, the more frequently you will need to mow.

How deep are Bermuda grass roots? ›

Bermudagrass roots can grow to a depth of six feet or more depending on soil profile characteristics. However, the majority of the root system, 80% or more, is found in the top 6 inches of soil.

Will grass clippings help grass seed grow? ›

The only way grass can grow from clippings is if there are seeds mixed in with the cut grass. Once removed from the grass blade, the clippings decompose and return their nutrients to the soil.

Is morning Dew enough for grass seed? ›

Moisture from morning dew keeps the seed bed moist and the less intense sun rays slow the rate of evaporation. The soil temperatures are still warm and the cool rains make it the perfect time to create that beautiful lawn that your neighbors will envy as they look over your fence.

What is the quickest growing grass seed? ›

Bermuda grass is the fastest-growing warm season grass, germinating in as little as 10 days. Ryegrass, which grows in cool climates, also germinates that quickly.

Does sand help Bermuda spread? ›

Sand seems to be a simple solution for that. It has nothing to do with spreading. Besides that adding sand or topsoil is a really bad idea for home owners.

What makes Bermuda grass spread faster? ›

Water your lawn twice a day at a depth of 1-inch to encourage deeper root development and faster spread of Bermuda grass shoots. Also, mow the lawn low more frequently to get the grass to spread laterally. Feeding it with a nitrogen fertilizer every 6-8 weeks will also help it grow faster.

How do I thicken Bermuda grass? ›

The best way to make Bermuda grass thicker is to feed the lawn with slow-release nitrogen fertilizer such as Milorganite, then water it once per week to improve its growth rate. Also, mowing slightly lower will improve lateral growth and make the lawn thicker and fuller.

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