Showing archived posts for: February 2017

Why Do I Have Bluish-Purple Greens and Dollar Spot In January?

Posted by admin on February 1, 2017

Peter H. Dernoeden, Ph. D. Frosty nights in late autumn bring about pronounced physiological changes in plants. In creeping bentgrass and annual bluegrass, especially on golf greens, leaves may develop a purple, reddish or grayish-blue (wilt-like appearance) color. These colors persist all winter and into early spring.  The discoloration… Read More