Bermuda grass accounts for some of the common allergies caused by grass. Bermuda grass is a perennial which grows in tropical, sub-tropical, and the transition zones extensively for lawns, golf courses, sports fields and arenas, reclamation areas, parks, coastal areas and pastures.
- Since Bermuda grass is one of the most common types of grass pollen allergies, it is recommended that individuals with this type of allergy have someone else do the mowing or wear a mask if they must mow themselves.
- Bermuda grass is a common trigger of allergies and asthma.
- Pollen from Bermuda grass travels on the wind, therefore avoiding pollen by staying indoors in the air conditioning on hot, dry, windy days is recommended.