I am just putting my spring sign-up letter out for my customers. Am I wrong to put my foot down this year and tell them there will be extra charges for extra long grass? This isn't the seasonal growth spurt kind of long grass. This is the chemically induced growth some of the spray guys load on. Seems like if they don't have the mowing contract they pour it on heavy. I explained this in the letter and offer to fertilize myself or find someone to do it. I worded it kind of like 'this is the way it will be as I've had it"and "I'm willing to lose customers over the issue. AmI wrong to not want to do extra work for nothing? Or should I back off and keep eating this problem? I haven't sent the letter out yet the weather has been so crappy nobody is thinking spring yet.