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Mowing Your Lawn

Marcus Jones , Nick Christians , David Minner

Mowing is an extremely common practice related to lawn care. This publication provides information on the frequency a lawn should be mowed and the proper height to cut the grass. Operating a mower is also discussed, as are safety measures.  PM 1213

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 03/2016
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