I work around the Cleveland Ohio area and would like some input on spring mowing heights. This is what I have done the past few years, first two cuts are at 2", next 4 cuts are at 2.5" then raise to 3" for the rest of the season until the last cut or so then down to 2.5". I used this program on lawns where the homeowner fertilized, chemlawn fertilized, or where no fertilizer was used. The results were that these lawns were the greenest in the summer compared to the neighbors and after i cut it was still green. Now I picked up another account where the homeowner never changed the cutting height, always 3", and when it gets cut you see brown(not scalping) until 2 days later then it turns green again. Most lawn guys here bag most of the time due to excessive weekly growth and wet conditions. Am I right in my program setup? Any other advise?