Saturday, October 6, 2007

Put Down That Club It's Time For Scalping.


Bermuda it's not just a tropical island but the name of grass used here in the desert during the summer. As you may have noticed the grass is now being changed to rye grass. The reason for this is simple Bermuda is made to stand the heat and rye for the cooler temperatures.
You can count on 2 things while this is taking place. Most of the golf courses to be closed in some part of October and a shortage of claritin at Walmart.
Keep an eye out for a schedule of which golf courses are closed and when. Get ready for Novemeber.
For the Grass aficionados:
Cynodon (Greek "Dog-tooth") is a genus of nine species of grasses, native to warm temperate to tropical regions of the Old World. The genus as a whole as well as its species are commonly known as Bermuda Grass or Dog's Tooth Grass.
Ryegrass (Lolium) is a genus of nine species of tufted grasses, family Poaceae. Also called tares, these plants are native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa, but are widely cultivated and naturalised elsewhere. Ryegrasses are naturally diploid, with 2n = 14, and are closely related to the fescues Festuca.
Ryegrass should not be confused with Rye, which is a grain crop.Ryegrass (Lolium) is a genus of nine species of tufted grasses, family Poaceae. Also called tares, these plants are native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa, but are widely cultivated and naturalised elsewhere. Ryegrasses are naturally diploid, with 2n = 14, and are closely related to the fescues Festuca.
Ryegrass should not be confused with Rye, which is a grain crop.