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rain!!!!

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by zim bob the landscaper, Sep 9, 2007.

  1. zim bob the landscaper

    zim bob the landscaper LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,706

    we are finally getting some rain after like 2 months of nothing but 80s and 90s the grass looks horrable so im hoping it will start ro green up again!

    anyone else hurting for some rain?
     
  2. lawncare18

    lawncare18 LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 742

    we need rain very very bad.. some lawns I havent mowed in 5 weeks...a local farmer told me hes 10,000 over budget because of fuel costs watering.. its raining here and hope it will continue.
     
  3. mattfromNY

    mattfromNY LawnSite Bronze Member
    Male, from Central NY
    Messages: 1,582

    Finally getting some much needed rain. We got 2 inches 2 weeks ago, but that came all in one big downpour, and after weeks of nothing. One of my accounts on a lake had to pull their boats out of the water b/c the lake is 4 feet low!!
     
  4. Andrew's Lawn Maintenance

    Andrew's Lawn Maintenance LawnSite Member
    Messages: 83

    Live in NH, I am getting calls from customers complaining that their lawns are to dry to be cut. I am tired of it. Let it come down!!!
     
  5. Andrew's Lawn Maintenance

    Andrew's Lawn Maintenance LawnSite Member
    Messages: 83

    Crap it just stopped!!!
     
  6. Rickco

    Rickco LawnSite Member
    Messages: 135

    Rained pretty good here yesterday,first in quite some time. Alittle drizzle right now and forcast for heavy rain later today and showers for the next 3 days. Bring it on!!! We are 101/2" behind right now.
     
  7. Andrew's Lawn Maintenance

    Andrew's Lawn Maintenance LawnSite Member
    Messages: 83

    Guys, it makes alittle bit of a difference if you raise your blades during the dry season to 3.5".
     

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