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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by new2thebiz, Jun 13, 2004.
I realize its up to the customer, but if they dont have an oppinion on it, which would you guys do?
Mulch, mulch, mulch. I only side discharge if there is absolutely no other option.
Extra long or wet grass seems to cut and not clump if you side discharge, otherwise Mulch.
I mulch year round. Better for the grass and safer. A mower with a mulch kit will not throw golf balls, etc.
I have thought about mulching but was told that if you mulch you need to mow about every 3 or 4 days. Is that true? I know a lot depends on growth of grass but was just curious.
We side discharge for the most part. Almost everyone around here does the same.
mulch. where i am you gotta take it to the dump. cant bag it.
does side discharging leave large clippings? spoken from someone who doesnt have a large mower. i would think it would be just as easy to mulch. is it that hard on the mower in comparison?
Side discharging should be easier on the mower. Think about it: In side discharging the mower has to shoot the clippings out of the side. In mulching, the mower has to get the clippings chopped up and then leave them where they are, while cutting more grass.
I side discharge, and so does everyone in the area.
I side discharge and if I need to I just double cut. It does the same job as mulching but is easier on the mower. One yard I do grows 4-5 inches every week, even with the hotter weather and thats without a fertilizer company. There is no way that can be mulched without killing the mower.