I had a potential new customer ask me to cut his St. Augustine at 2 inches. I had a long talk with him and tried to convince him that St. Augustine should not be cut shorter than about 3 1/4 inches. I had a circular with me on St. Augustine grass from the University of Florida School of Agriculture that states that the grass should be mowed to 3 1/4 to 4 inches and he read the circular but still wanted me to cut it at 2 inches. I refused his request and told him that I wouldn't cut it unless he accepted a minimum of 3 inches, and I would have to have him sign a waiver stating that I would not be responsible for any resulting problems from cutting it at 3 inches. He refused the waiver idea. He said if I wouldn't cut it at 2 inches he would ask for other bids. I encouraged him to do so and left. Has anyone had requests for this type of service on St. Augustine. It beats the he// out of me why someone would insisit on ruining a lawn by cutting it too short.