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Lawn Mowing

Lawn mowing




Mowing your lawn to the right height and at the right time will help prevent weeds, insects and disease.




Make sure the mower blades are sharp or they will tear the grass instead of cutting it.





Mowing Height

Grass Type

Grass height

Tall Fescue

2 1/2" to 3 1/2"

Fine Fescue

2 1/2" to 3 1/2"


1/2" to 1"

Kentucky Bluegrass

2" to 3"

Perennial Ryegrass

2" to 3"

Buffalo Grass

2" to 3"

Creeping Bent Grass

1/4" to 3/4"


When to mow

In the summer, mowing in the cool evening is a good time to mow. It is good for you and your grass. Grass is less stressed by the heat in the cool evening. Mowing in the hot heat can be brutal not only for you, but for the grass as well.


Don't let grass grow to tall because it can get traumatized when cutting.


Lawn Watering

How often you water your lawn depends on your soil, the season or temperature, humidity and how often you get rainfall. Read more...



Lawn Fertilizing

Fertilizing your lawn is important to keep it healthy, give it a nice green color, keep away weeds, insects and disease. Read more...



Lawn Weeds

Some of the weeds you can expect to find in your lawn are bond weed, black medic, clover,crabgrass, dandelion,and plantain. Pulling them out from your nice looking green lawn may require some patience. Read more...