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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by redwoodkiwi, Mar 25, 2008.
Just interested to see how many of you mow in the rain?
If need be but also to a certain point we just have to shut down.
only lite rain untill it becomes a problem. then we pack it in
We mow in anything, provided the grass isn't too long. It's a pain and takes twice as long, but we get too far behind if we don't. I usually don't use the Z if it's raining.
After last summer's two-month drought, I'm looking forward to a little rain this season to keep things growing.
only if it is light, or to finish a property
If its thundering, lightning or hailing, then no. If its just a light rain, then I'll do it to keep from getting to far behind.
Only in light rain. But if the lawn gets to wet the mowers will just tear the yard up so we pack it in for the day
Walker will mow in the rain but i wont in thunder and lighting
If its light rain and theres no chance of damaging the ground then yes, but if its really coming down then we have to stop. Cleaning up sidewalks when its raining becomes a pain but you have to get it done!
I agree with mostly everyone here, I only cut if it is very light rain. If it is to heavy then the ground is to wet and you start to get mud and mess up the lawn.