Question about Kentucky Blue Sod
Hi. I had my yard sodded with Kentucky Bluegrass last fall and put in a sprinkler system. I made sure it was well fertilized last fall, and now this spring it is starting to look great! I did notice a weed here and there from the old yard that was killed off so I am spot treating the weeds.
It has been so cold here in NJ this spring that a lot of the turf hasn't really begun growing in earnest. So maybe I'm premature with this, but... I notice that there are lighter patchy areas, and I've come to see that a lot of the grass is putting out little seed heads. The lighter patches of turf are areas where there are more seed heads. I've never owned Kentucky Bluegrass sod before. Is seed head formation in the spring, particularly at such a short height, normal?
Thanks for any help!