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Old 09-30-2012, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by GMLC View Post
Im with Ridin' on this one. The grasses in the pics are very thick bladed and stand up almost on thier own. I find that fine fescue is the hardest to stand up at speed especially when dry. Limp grasses are always the hardest to cut IMO not the grasses pictured here.
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Fescue is impossible to cut at full speed, usually 3/4 stick is all I try for. I also agree about the ground conditions, we have very few properties where we can go full speed, and most of those are sports fields. If I can get 80% production out of my Z's on an average I'm happy with that, and so are my back and kidneys
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