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Old 02-26-2013, 10:47 PM
adam.neusbaum adam.neusbaum is offline
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Originally Posted by Florida Gardener View Post
Well, is the zoysia being cut high? With a rotary? Are they bagging clipping? I would explain to these people that they need a reel mower cutting it no more than 1.5" depending on cultivar.
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Most of the zoysia is on average 2.5-3.25 minimum height and all being cut with a rotary mower. I've never seen anyone using anything your standard rotary around here. Some mowing company's have made it big by offering only push-mow service(again rotary) compared to the 700 #+ riders that everyone else uses, lots of Gravelys & Hustlers. Secondarily, everyone mulches it in, well tries to anyway. A friend of mine complains about Zoysia in that it is such a struggle to mulch in the clippings. 20 years back when I was 13 all the guys were bagging the SA & Bahia clippings & that was way before Zoysia down here.
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