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Old 04-21-2014, 12:16 PM
rlitman rlitman is offline
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Originally Posted by CuttingEdge LawnCare View Post
It is great for the lawn in a small quantity. If it gets to a point where it is all clumped up and your lawn has no color that you really need to remove it. I do it every year because I also helps the grass stand up and get un matted. In general if you bag your lawn when ever you cut it then you will not have much thatch build up. But if you mulch the grass then you can get a lot of build up.
That depends a lot on what type of grass you have.
I have tall fescue, never bag, mulch always, and have no thatch issues (power raking fescue is a very bad idea btw).
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Old 04-21-2014, 04:01 PM
edrocks3 edrocks3 is offline
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When you say a "low mow" how low of a cut are we talking. I mowed mine at 2.5" this wknd and will go to 2.75" or 3" throughout the summer.
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I normally do 3" so maybe this week for my first mow I'll go down to 2.25 or 2.5 to help get that LOW MOW going. And might help get the grow going as stated above.
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