Lawn Mowing FAQ
Mowing is the most routine turf task for a homeowner, and its also one of the more important elements of care for your home turf. Here's a few common questions, with answers from the pros.
How tall should I cut my grass, or what setting should my mower be on?
We recommend cutting your grass on the highest mower setting, around 3.5-4”. Tall grass blades lead to a stronger root system.
Can I mow right after a treatment?
Yes, you can mow after a treatment, but wait 1-2 hours for your grass to dry. Remember not to bag your clippings. Recycling the clippings to your lawn returns the nutrients into the soil and helps with the development of beneficial organic matter.
What should I do with my grass clippings?
It’s best to leave your clippings on the lawn. The clippings return nutrients to the soil and help with the development of beneficial organic matter.
What should I do with my leaves?
It’s important to remove leaves from your lawn, because they block the sunlight from reaching your turf. We recommend using a leaf blower, but if you choose to use a rake, please be mindful of young seedlings.
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