It’s a long shot but imagine if you will a gluon made of two halves. The halves can each be drawn from the two “weights” (low and high of a non-zero sum field) if they broke symmetry, and the two “charges” like from the zero sum field.
Given cancellation and combination 8 gluons happen.
L+L+, L-L-, L+H-, L-H+, L+H+, L-H-, H+H+, H-H-.
So there’s more green weight “sticky” and the Boltzmann distribution for the half Bose-Einestein as a Fermi-Dirac perhaps. The blue colour perhaps travels less far due to higher “mass” (if it splits), but as the energy input in the strong force makes more gluons at a critical threshold, the further interaction has more energy, and a less gluier implementation in blue.
I wonder if the QCD simulation evaluations can take this all into account for a better accuracy. I put the two yellow “charges” in there which technically would be massed green, but given the charge +/- cancellation without perhaps LH equality would suggest a kind of neutral weight dipole.