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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by lawncut, Oct 12, 2008.
where does the grass get disposed of after mowing?
anything gets put in the truck bed and burned at the shop.
grass, limbs, shrub prunings, etc...
i meant to keep typing but hit the submit button too soon.
on the curb at the job. I'm not going to pay the town dump a grand to dump leaves and grass clippings I spend less than half on bags per season!! Just my 2 cents
Dump everything into the back of the truck. At the end of the day I have two places I can dump. I have a compost pile behind my house back in the trees. Or I have the city maintained place. I usually go to the cities place. Just to much of a hassle to manuver a trailer through all the trees. I usually just dump clippings and what not from my place there
We have two sites where we pich fork it over the fence for horses...You should see these horses run when they see the truck pull up....Grass clippings are only 1 step away from horsehit
Mulch and side-discharge.
i discharge but i bag 2 accounts and others if its long but it all gets dumped along with leaves at a friends house down the road
I guess I'm lucky because I have a 28 acre pasture to dump in. Grass gets put in a big pile for compost. Leaves I try to put in low places.
I burn everything!