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Does Kentucky have bluegrass?

Yes, it does. But not all grass in Kentucky is bluegrass. Bluegrass grows heavily in the central part of the state, and becomes more sparse in the further areas. When you're i (MORE)
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Is bluegrass a monocot?

Bluegrass is a grass species that belongs to the genus Poa, which  is classified as a monocot group. A monocot or monocotyledon is a  plant that produces seeds, which have a (MORE)

Where did bluegrass come from?

In the 1600's, the Irish, Scottish, and English settlers who  migrated to America brought their traditional music along with  them. The music reflected their lives in the hi (MORE)

Where does bluegrass come from?

Bluegrass music was "invented" in the 1940s by American artist Bill Monroe. He defined the "high lonesome sound" and the standard bluegrass lineup of guitar, banjo, mandolin, (MORE)

Does bluegrass have percussion?

Actually, bluegrass does have percussion. If you listen closely, you will hear what is called a "chop" being played on the muted strings of the mandolin. The chops will occur (MORE)

Is bluegrass a producer?

Kentucky Bluegrass is photosynthetic, and an autotroph. It stores it extra glucose as cellulose and animal eat grass for sustenance. Therefore, Bluegrass is a producer. The m (MORE)

What eats bluegrass?

Game birds and songbirds both eat bluegrass. These birds include  the grand prairie chicken and the wild turkeys. These birds prefer  the seeds of the bluegrass over seeds f (MORE)

What does bluegrass eat?

Bluegrass is what yo make your salad out of, you it it, it doesn't eat. Also, if weren't impared at birth, you might have noticed that there is a rapist in your closet, it goe (MORE)