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Old 05-14-2012, 10:36 AM
kcguy kcguy is offline
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neighbors might not have dogs...but you guys could have possums coons or deer ect ect or any of the like around at night
We do have alot of those, Possums and coons running around... Never thought of that either. All I know is it is frustrating......
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Old 05-14-2012, 11:25 AM
sprinter sprinter is offline
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We do have alot of those, Possums and coons running around... Never thought of that either. All I know is it is frustrating......
I'm not an expert, but I wonder if those spots are a little large for a small animal like a coon or possum. Coyote's maybe? Are they in areas where a territorial animal might be marking?
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Old 05-15-2012, 03:17 PM
MCVH04 MCVH04 is offline
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The brown spots may be caused by the exhaust of you mower. Zero turns have engines that sit much lower to the ground than standard tractors. If you mow for a while and stop in one spot for a period of time the hot exhaust can burn you lawn if the exhaust is not deflected properly. Also radiant heat from the muffler can cause grass burning if left in the same spot for a period of time. Check to see if these spots are in an area where you may have stopped the mower for a few seconds.
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