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tip of the month (JULY)

First start cutting the grass a little taller during the hot weather if you
have Fescue, Bluegrass, or Ryegrass. These cool season grasses
will fight the effects of heat and drought better if cut no lower than 3″
during July and August. Cutting lower will just put too much stress on
the grass during hot weather

Job of the month

(Featuring: Pallone Project, Rensselaer NY)



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