scalp the rye if it is still there, then seed the bermuda. Bermuda likes heat, Rye doesn't of course, so it may not even be there by the time it is hot enough to seed the Bermuda
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You don't have to do anything. 99% of the rye will be dead and gone by May. Bermuda can be seeded started in June for best germination. Earlier seeding will give you poor results because the seed will not be warm enough to germinate. Soil temps have to be high enough, not just air temps.
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