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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Port City Lawncare, Nov 3, 2003.
Someone tell me this is the most far-fetched reasoning for discontinuing services.
I would think not directly. Magnolia leaves take such a long time to decompose though that I would think that it may contribute to thatch. Thus indirectly affecting the health of the grass that way.
Perhaps a lawn with lots of mulched Magnolia leaves would require more dethatching or aeration. My best guess.
Nope, I have 2 decent sized magnolias in my back yard. And I've had bigger ones at other clients' properties. Always mulch the leaves into the lawn (side discharge). Never have a thatch problem in those areas, or others for that matter. Always need to aerate the whole lawn, but no more so in those areas than the rest . Those sections of the lawn are just as healthy as the rest.
No problems here with magnolias, just a mess to mulch.