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The loft in a barn for storage of hay.
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Nymph densities were highest in June on sites which had been mown in May, regardless of whether the site was mowed again in September or not.
These pop-ups, also called rooster tails, make a mowed area look ragged and aesthetically unappealing.
As explained in Chapter 2, grass can be mowed regularly and survive because almost all of the meristematic tissue is located below the path of the mower blade.
You see lighter green stripes if the grass has been mowed and rolled away from you, and darker green stripes if it has been mowed and rolled toward you.
If you can believe it, you can achieve it." Besides his regular duties, Barnes happily mowed lawns and scrubbed toilets.
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.
The green stuff naturally gives off the gases, and the emissions rise dramatically when grass is mowed. Scientists from Mo- nash University and CSIRO, the nation's largest science-research organization, determined that as it grows, grass releases the volatile organic compounds methanol and ethanol, among others.
Like many American neighborhoods, almost every square inch of our block was either house, driveway, trees, or mowed bluegrass lawn.
Tenders are invited for the provision of services consisting of a single mowing of grassland with a brush cutter or a manually guided mower in the locality of Ski slope near dky (hereinafter "locality") in sloping terrain and removal of biomass from the mowed area.
While I'm sure that I'm the first to holler about now I mowed for next to nothing, I know now that what we were performing as kids was simply keeping the grass knocked down, not a service that was good for the lawns.
During the growing season except from early May to late October in 1997 and 1998, grasses were mowed daily, except Sundays, at 4 mm.