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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by SummitLawn, Jul 16, 2004.
Am I striping well enough to hang with everyone here?
how about this one?
how about this?
this is my last one
Looks like good work to me Summit - I love some of those properties I see from back east. We do not have to many of those large yards out here in Colorado, at least the ones I work on are not that big.
Looks very good Summit.
At 19 years old and the first year in the business I would say that you are doing great.
Now tell me that you are also a certified applicator and you have the contracts to fertilize these places too.
what machine did you use on those yard?
Did u use striping kit?
I would be very proud of my work if I were you
You're doin' it! Keep up the good work! Just a little hint, though; You may want to look into staggering your tracks a little bit, as the tracks in the 3rd pic look almost as if they could be stressing that grass a little bit. You don't want to do that, especially if it's starting to get a little hot and dry. Also, in wet conditions, this totally prevents rutting from the tires.