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  1. Lawn Mowing
    In our area we had a drought last year and things got tough. We had nicely asked customers to let us know in advance if they wanted to be skipped a week so that we weren’t driving around with employees burning up time and gas looking to see if a particular lawn was ready. Hardly any customers...
  2. Lawn Mowing
    Location: Southern Rhode Island Last summer we had one of the worst droughts I can recall. Weather records show my town received about 2 inches of rain from early July through the end of August. Lawns here were roasted. I had to skip 2 full weeks and one super dry lawn I did not mow for 11...
  3. Business Operations
    Here it is late March and here in North Florida it's been fairly dry. Last year some area's of the southeast had severe drought. What are some thing's to do to survive the year and not get discouraged and to not be one of the many to get into the business and then end it after a year or two?
  4. Lawn Mowing
    Well this is first I have ever seen here usually we stay rained on all spring/summer and always have dew all day long. We are by my estimate now 2feet under at least of rainfall end of May was 9" we have had 2 rainfalls this month 1 last night and 2weeks ago both instantly dried and soil back...
  5. General Industry Discussions
    You can go to and [URL="http://hurricanebriefing.com"/URL} for the latest on Isaac. We have good news, in the face of significant destruction and hardship along the coast, It appears that Isaac will bring flooding but beneficial rainfall to a large swath of the southern US form Louisiana...
  6. Lawn Mowing
    I know a lot of you have been having it rough do to the drought. Luckily, its pretty much over here now we have been having a lot of rain almost every day for a good 2 weeks. Anyway, how do you guys go about getting paid in a drought? I saw a guy who in the "terms of service" said that they...
  7. General Industry Discussions
    June 28, 2009 * San Antonio, Texas. Trey Bernhardt, here! I own BMW-Pro Lawn Services. This is our 2nd year in a row where most Texas is in drought conditions and many home are facing lawn burn off as we did last year. Water restrictions are being instituted by more and more cities and counties...
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