How Much Water Is In Snow?
The next blogs will cover the topic of grasses in the Rocky Mountain Region – Colorado. If along the way, you have questions, please feel free to ask our experts by commenting here on Facebook or email us at info@TrustGreenGuys.com. Let’s begin with the most commonly used turf in the Rocky Mountain region: Bluegrass.
Newer improved varieties of Kentucky Bluegrass can offer dwarf-type growing habits, and some drought tolerance depending on soil condition. In addition, Kentucky Bluegrass has a strong, deep rhizome structure to aid in fast recovery from wear and tear. It has excellent winter hardiness and summer performance. It can remain green from early spring to late fall under irrigated conditions. Recommended usage: residential or commercial areas, parks, sports fields, golf courses.
Source: Rocky Mountain Sod Growers Association