Are there any mowing techniques I can employ to minimize size scalping, or slightly lower cutting, on my 48" walk behind? When I mow slight inclines I tend to get some side part of the grass slightly lower than the rest of the cut. This happens either in a straight line where the incline is slightly more steep than the rest of the hill *or* when going around trees. The deck is mostly level, so I am assuming: a) the cut on the side of the hill is from one side sitting just slightly lower than when I mow the next stripe and b) going around the corner the mower might be "tipping", although I am only in first gear so I didn't think I had much momentum. Any old timers want to offer techniques on avoiding scalping on fixed deck walk behinds?