Got a question for you N.C. cutters. What is your growing season like down there? The reason that I ask is beacuse I had a customer move, and I aquired the new owners, they are from N.C. I have cut there weekly all through Aug. for the new owners, since they took ownership. In my origional conversaiton with the fellow, I said that we do weekly cuts, any move it back to two weeks during dry spells. Aug. here is usually dry, as well as July. Cutting every other week is usually sufficent. Sept. and Oct. are usually two months of heavy growth, and require weekly cutting. The customer called last night, wanting to go to every other week for the rest of the season. I explained the normal cutting cycles to him, but he did not seem to understand. He thinks that the fall will have a slower growth. Now, the last two weeks here have been dry, and the growth has tailed off, so a two week schedule will work for the time being, but as soon as the rainfall returns, weekly cutting will be necessary on all properties. I am trying to figure out if the guy is being a cheepskate, or if he is used to slow growth in N.C. and thinks that is is about the same up north of the Mason-Dixon line.