Why Does My Bermuda Grass Have a Blue Green Tint?
In this video, Houston Grass South Owner Michael Romine answers a question about Bermuda grass turning a blue-green color. Michael was raised in the grass business on his family’s farm in Bay City, TX. His company sells grass grown on his family’s farm so you can be assured of the highest quality at a good price. Whether you need Raleigh St. Augustine sod or Palisades Zoysia or any of our other varieties, you’ll be impressed by the quality of our products. Houston Grass South is located just off Highway 6 in Arcola, TX, just east of Sienna Plantation. Call us at 281-431-7441 today!
Here’s a summary of Michael Romine’s comments in the video.
Why does your Bermuda grass has blue green tint to it? I’m not sure what that’s referring to.
When we normally see a more purplish green tint is during the transition period, meaning in the fall time. As soon as we get our first cold snap usually, we get the cooler nights start to come in, in mid to late October usually, we see primarily the Tex-Turf Bermuda grass, the leaves start to turn purple.
There’s not anything wrong with the grass. It’s just going through its transition into dormancy. Shortly after that normally, the grass does turn all primarily the brown hay-looking color associated with its winter-time dormant state.
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