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Love2Mow
02-16-2005, 02:11 PM
New poster here and I just wanted to get some info about myself and my company.


Im 30 years old and Ive been in business for 5 years now. Mainly mowing but we also do

Mulching
Gutter Cleaning
Sping/Fall cleanups
Tree Trimming and removal
Landscaping and Lighting
Aeration/Verticutting/Overseeding
Debris Removal
Shrub and Hedge Trimming


This seems like a great site to belong to and I hope we all get to know each other. If anyone here is from the KC or Johnson County KS area stop by and say hi. Id like to network with some of you as far as fertilizing goes.

impactlandscaping
02-16-2005, 02:18 PM
Hi, and welcome to Lawnsite..You will find the answers to many questions here among all the different forums. Don't forget to use the search feature to find information in previous posts, as there is more information here than what can be found in an entire set of encyclopedias! I'll share any fertilizer information with you, if you'll airmail some KC Barbeque and pulled beef back to WV!!Welcome aboard! :waving:

TClawn
02-16-2005, 02:20 PM
welcome,

not to be off topic or anything but when you verticutt, do you cut in two directions? I usually cut an X pattern to remove more stolons, but have also cut only in one direction on lawns that are highly maintained.

Love2Mow
02-16-2005, 02:23 PM
Hi, and welcome to Lawnsite..You will find the answers to many questions here among all the different forums. Don't forget to use the search feature to find information in previous posts, as there is more information here than what can be found in an entire set of encyclopedias! I'll share any fertilizer information with you, if you'll airmail some KC Barbeque and pulled beef back to WV!!Welcome aboard! :waving:




thanks for the welcome and let me know if you want some, i got a great resturant 2 blocks down!

Love2Mow
02-16-2005, 02:24 PM
welcome,

not to be off topic or anything but when you verticutt, do you cut in two directions? I usually cut an X pattern to remove more stolons, but have also cut only in one direction on lawns that are highly maintained.




I go 2 directions when i verticut AND aerate

TClawn
02-16-2005, 02:25 PM
why to directions when aerating? I personally have never done aerating so I'm not sure.

Love2Mow
02-16-2005, 02:26 PM
why to directions when aerating? I personally have never done aerating so I'm not sure.



I was always taught to make it look like swiss cheese. Plus i overseed when i aerate so the more holes for the seed to drop in the better.

aries
02-16-2005, 02:37 PM
Welcome 2 mow! just be careful what you say it can get alittle rough around here LOL!

Love2Mow
02-16-2005, 02:39 PM
Welcome 2 mow! just be careful what you say it can get alittle rough around here LOL!



LOL, i can hold my own!