Originally Posted by Smallaxe
One should never setup an annual contract with a non-irrigated lawn, whether it is mowing or squirt&fert... we have always had to diversify over the years, even if the time was used to do detail work in landscape beds, when it reaches its midsummer wild look... nowdays when we hit weather like this I stop...
Why not? Just do not guarantee the lawn will look good if it is dry.
I understand Green Dr has this position but he works on high end properties in Hawaii, He does not mow.