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Old 21-08-2009, 12:48 PM
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Default Bermuda Grass Mowing Problem

Hi everyone,

I would like to consult you on a Bermuda Grass lawnmowing problem.

I find that in our subtropical climate, Bermuda grass which is inactive in winter grows like mad in summer, up to 2 inches per week.

I use a conventional cylindrical cut lawnmower, which has a fore-roller, which tends to flatted the grass., so that the cylindrical cutter misses the cut.

I wonder if anyone knows of a way to avoid this. Is there are a lawnmower designed to overcome this difficulty when dealing with Bermuda grass?

Anticipated thanks!


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