Grass should always be cut according to its rate of growth.


 It will grow faster during the cooler months of Spring and Fall, requiring more frequent mowing during times of rapid growth.


In the hot months of Summer, as built in survival mechanisms tell the grass to go dormant, it begins to slow down it's growth and will require less frequent mowing.






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