Ok, I have a customer who called me today and left a message. I had cut his grass earlier in the day. He has been a customer for two years now. Has a nice lawn, but it grows faster than any lawn I have(too much nitrogen?, applied at wrong time?). It grows faster than even the nicest lawns I cut. I'm not positive but I think he's still applying his own fert/weed control. I don't know what he's using. Anyways, he asked me to skip him next week because he just did an application. I've always practiced the 1/3 rule when cutting grass if at all possible. I'm going to call him tomorrow and try to talk him out of skipping next week. I think he's under the impression that skipping a week will benfit his grass because of the recent application. I'm thinking that it's the total opposite. That taking that much off in one cutting is not good for the grass. I'm needing some feedback to present him with before I call him tomorrow. I've already talked to my fert guy(the guy that does my house and that I refer to others). I'm going to call the local extension office tomorrow also. Thanks in advance.