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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by mowngrow, Jul 13, 2003.
from an earlier post with this pic i got a few responses about my yard needing some help
Well you know, you have to park the rig somewhere dont you?
Everyone on here has something to say about everything. Dont worry about it, just as long as your sooooo busy with other customers you have no time for your own!
But I do know a great LCO that you could hire to help you with that yard Mr.
Hey man, that's OK. After a long day of work, who wants to come home to mow thier own lawn anyway, right?
Hey MownGrow nice pics in the July issue of Turf and a little background on what you have and what you maintain
took me a while but how does it look now???
Well, you know how to tell who is the best mechanic in town, its the one that drives the old clunker hes just to darn busy fixing everyones cars and no time for his own. So now we know whos the best in your town!
have not gotten my turf issue yet so i didnt know i was in there.
thanks for letting me know and the nice comments. about the yard guys, had to take out a tree and shave limbs about 30-40 feet up to let mr. sunshine in. we are using tifway 419 bermuda. the first five pallets took nicely so we laid five more, three more to go and we are done.
Looks better! Nice job.
mine also.....just like a proud parent
mowngrow- congrats on the Turf Mag write-up. Congrats on the lawn too!
My yard takes the cake. It's 2 1/4 acres mostly hilly, 95% weeds, can't hardly get any of it to stripe. It's just nasty really....... Part of it needs shade and it gets too much water so grass won't keep control there well. The grass seems to hold it's own somewhat in spring but when summer comes it gets a nasty vine-like weed that is hard to cut and you can't cut cleanly and won't stripe
This is the best it looked this year......