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Old 08-18-2014, 11:25 PM
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So many different ways to deal with leaves. I do a combination of blowing the to the woods, mulching them up and bagging them. I've tried using a leaf loader with my dump trailer but for my lawns and operation it didn't work out well. To me the key is regular service, I try not to let them pile up and continue servicing the lawn into early fall and then do 2 or 3 smaller leaf cleanups. Once they're all wet and stuck and matted (and where I am potentially frozen) it makes it much more difficult. For small properties a mower and bagger and a pickup truck may be all you need. Some advocate just mulching them into the turf, and that works to a degree.
Haven't seen much from you in a while, good to see you back.
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Old 08-18-2014, 11:41 PM
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Haven't seen much from you in a while, good to see you back.
Thanks, there's a reason for that but it's probably not appropriate to mention on the open forum.
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