Lawn Mowing

by Nate on November 16, 2010

Lawn Mowing

Whenever wandering in the neighborhood, chances are you will find yourself amused at green, fresh and well kept lawns. But simple grass cutting is not all there is in lawn mowing, there are some important points to keep in mind in order to maintain an eye-catching and healthy lawn.

Mowing is a general method in grass keeping and the most commonly utilized lawn care operation. The landowner can pay someone to do the lawn mowing or a better alternative is to do his own mowing. In order to care for and maintain a lawn, several factor are to be considered.

First in the list is grass height. Grasses are not simply cut if they are tall. A learned, or possibly a normal mower would have to know that grasses, will not survive long enough when cut too short. Because grasses are also plants, in order to survive must undergo photosynthesis, Consequently when sheared too shortly, they are left with insufficient amount of leaves to photosynthesize. While shered at an appropriate altitude, |the grass becomes lenient to environmental stress and immune to weed growth invasion|grasses result to being adjusted and immune to environmental stress andweed growth|the turf develops immunity to stress and weed growth}. Additionally, suitably cut grasses have a stronger root system and better productivity. A height of 2 to 3 inches is desirable for lawns.

Grasses are as well stressed when cut at irregularly inappropriate periods. How fast a grass grows determines how frequent they must be cut. It is significant not to incise more than one third of the grass shoot whenever mowing. If the turf has grown excessively for any reason, do not cut the excess all at once for doing so will provide stress and defoliation for the grass. Hence, it is advisable to carry out the trimming more recurrently than common until the desired 3 inches height remains.

Clippings are parts of the grass which are cut during mowing. Should there be excessive amount of grass brought about by infrequent mowing , it is then disagreeable if the clippings are just left on the lawn. Although if mowing is done regularly, it is fine to just leave behind the clippings on the ground instead of scraping or bagging to remove them. Not only is leaving the clippings on the ground practical for such scenarios, but is also of the advantage on the health of the grass. How? Nitrogen and other nutrients still present in the clippings return to the soil as they decompose.

Mowing should also be done opposite the direction when mowing was previously done. This will make the grass grow at perpendicular angles and minimize horizontal grass orientationThis action provides for the perpendicular growth of the grass.

Finally, mowing equipment is also to be mulled over. When buying or shopping for a lawn mower, pick a mower that best suits your mowing necessities. Mower specification must also be known to the shopper}.

Rotary and Reel mowers are the two basic types of mowing equipments. The reel mower is thrifty as it comes with no engine. It is manually operated, environment-friendly and ideal for {small lawns|small sized lawns|lawns with lesser space. The rotary mowers, alternatively mainly operate with an engine which can be gas or electricity fueled.

Alex Stapledon is a writer for Alternative Medicine, Australia’s leading Alternative Medicine directory.


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