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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by brc1989, Apr 14, 2012.
Mostly 1 ton pickups a few dumps with salt spreader boxes and a few bobcats
48" navigator lines cut by my foreman
More 72" lines from Davey Corporate, probably my best/favorite stripes
looks good man do u cut with the lazer?
I use the navigator, the lazer z and the vantage just depends what property we are at
So hows the drought affecting your sites? Half of our non irrigated lawns are 100% dormant, however we'll be aerating/seeding the sh!t out of our lawn and about another 50-60 on top of that$$$$$$$$ Any other equipment or truck pictures? lawns look good dude!
Thanks man! Luckily most of our route is irrigated but otherwise its bad almost everything non-irrigated is dormant now here too. Most guys are struggling to find stuff to do at their properties. No other pics right now.
Do you guys do partial cuts and stuff like that to stay busy when it's dry?
Are the grass crews responsible for shrub trimming, or is there a detail crew that care of that?
It's nice to see good stripes from big companies...lots of times they're so worried about getting done in time that the stripes suffer.
What kind of lazer z do u have
Thanks man I know my foreman and I like to make sure the properties we mow have good stripes for the most part. We have been doing partial cuts, spraying and weeds anywhere, removing any spent perennials.
Our branch has the three landscape crews usually do all the pruning but this year us maintenance guys have been doing a lot of it to try and keep busy.
It's a 2010 s series with a 29 hp EFI kohler motor
Picture of one of the two houses we mow on our route.