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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by fblandscape, May 25, 2003.
That is where you are absolutely wrong. They are NOT being cared for, just mowed.
I have a neighbor who just hired another LCO to cut his yard. Thats all he got, was a cut. Looks like a hay field over there.
I would be so embarrassed to leave a place like that.
But then again I am one of only a few that actually CARE for the lawn's I look after.