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Old 06-12-2011, 09:29 PM
jhayden jhayden is offline
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Try to hit the dandelions with your string trimmer after if there are not too many sticking up. This way you can leave the poperty looking evenly cut without taking the time to double mow.

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I have a question and please don't laugh it might sound stupid. I am having lot of problems with dande lions. I have a couple of lawns that have lots of them and now matter how slow I go, or how sharp my blades are, or what over lap I use. They seem to still pop back up and make the lawn look bad. I then have to go over them again and try to get them all its a huge pain in the @$$. Any one have any ideas...
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