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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by 1999frontier, Apr 15, 2009.
I dunno, I swiped them off the internet.
No really, they are all in NE Atlanta
heres my lawn
the topdressing application that my lawn is about to receive will enable me to cut very low for next spring. currently its at 1.5- 2.0 and i hate it. have a lot of dimples every where
Around here no one except golf courses cuts bermuda that low. Everyone here cuts it at 4".
actually i think it 3.0 inches
I agree, top dressing will do the trick, but get yourself a reel mower to improve the cut.
dave k. you gotta help me get that golf course like you have. starting this fall.
lawn is currently being cut with a walker with bagging system. do i tell the lco to gradually lower to train the lawn to grow lower
The thing that happens when you use a reel and consistently cut it short is the Bermuda grows horizontal and not vertical, just look at Chris's lawn, it didn't look that way before he topdressed and began cutting with a reel.
Also using proper irrigation and a good fertilization plan helps, aerating also.
You will need to cut twice weekly using a reel.
twice? so with a reel mower it doesnt grow straight up