I have been all over the internet looking for a reliable answer to this question. I have found forums saying it is a brown others saying it is still a green. I have done search after search to find a university study that states what the actual carbon to nitrogen ratio is for dried grass clippings. Everywhere I find the ratio listed for green grass clippings and sometimes implied for dried but not made clear. Example grass clippings 15,20:1. Does that mean green is 15:1 and dried is 20:1 or is that for different varieties of grass for green clippings? I find some places saying grass does not lose much nitrogen as it dries and others showing over 90 percent nitrogen loss during drying. Does anyone have a source for the actual carbon to nitrogen ratio of dried grass clippings?