Stupid question right? Well hear me out. Been in biz 8 years, and it always goes like this. If we have a great spring and wet summer, we'll be rolling along having a booming year. But come fall, we always end up just having a "so so" ending when it comes to the mowing. It's almost like the grass is tired and has grown it's cycle, and the grass slows down in the growing. However, if we have a good spring, but yet a dry summer, almost drought-like, come fall that grass is READY to grow again once the cooler temps hit, and we'll finish the mowing season with a bang. So my question is this, does anyone else notice this when having a booming spring and summer, the grass almost seems tired of growing come fall?