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The loft in a barn for storage of hay.
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These pop-ups, also called rooster tails, make a mowed area look ragged and aesthetically unappealing.
It is recommended that buffers be mowed no more than once every 2 to 3 years with no more than half of the area mowed in any 1 year (USDA 2009b).
After work, throughout that summer and fall, I mowed a bit of grass or tackled brush in the overgrown fields.
After trapping was completed the site was mowed to a height of 20 cm and then burned 13 days after mowing was completed.
Regardless of what you may have heard, leaving grass clippings on freshly mowed lawns does not lead to thatch buildup; in fact, the clippings are an excellent natural fertilizer.
Past studies have shown that wounded grass leaves emit a long list of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), giving rise to the distinctive aroma that hangs over a freshly mowed lawn.
Like many American neighborhoods, almost every square inch of our block was either house, driveway, trees, or mowed bluegrass lawn.
The sites to be mowed are situated the farthest away from the parks department office.
An anonymous neighbor had phoned in a complaint about Evelyn's front yard, calling her wildflowers "weeds," and demanded that they be mowed.
When the City notifies Contractor of lots to be mowed, the minimum grass height of the lots will be twelve (12) inches and OFTENTIMES HEIGHT WILL BE 2 TO 3 FEET OR HIGHER.