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I have seen what you describe in my stargrass. In my
experience, it is caused by pruning activities and
exposure to air. I used to mow the whole mass down
and insert some nice looking tops to avoid the mowed
look. This used to work well, but I don't do it
anymore because the inserted tops turn blackish as you
described. It always recovers from any of this, and
I'm fairly sure that yours will too.
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