1. They both have sand pits. No, the berry farm doesn't have any sand pits.
Bermuda grass at the farm doesn't achieve the same affect. All the qualities that make it the grass of choice for golf courses: hardy, durable, thick, fast growing, and tolerant, make it a real pain in the neck at the farm!
Bermuda grass is what we do when there are no berries to be picked. It has to be pulled, raked, hauled, piled and burned. It grows into the blueberry bushes and if left unchecked grows quickly into a thick tangled mass that's difficult to pull out.
This young man LOVES golf. He plays golf, watches golf, dreams about golf in his sleep. We told him that golf courses and the blueberry farm have a lot in common. Right now he's not seeing it. He doesn't get the connection. But he keeps on working in hopes that somewhere a lush fairway will emerge. We told him that he would see it better this summer when things green up. He'll get to mow the "fairways".