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Recommended Mowing Heights For Fall

Recommended mowing heights for fall

With fall right around the corner, we all know that the leaves and other things will be changing. However, did you know your lawn will be changing too? Once fall is here it doesn’t require the same mowing frequency and grass height that you had been doing prior to summer. That means you’re going to need to do some adjusting. Why? Because Fall brings about many changes and one of them is the recommended mowing heights for your lawn grass at home, let’s take a look

Preparing To Get The Job Done

Before you go outside, crank the mower, and start lawn mowing, you should first make sure the equipment you’re using is ready to go.

  • You can do this by ensuring you have all the proper tune-ups needed and that your lawnmower blade is sharpened for an even cut across the grass blades.
  • Also, it’s important to wear PPE equipment such as headphones or earplugs to protect your ears from the loud lawnmower.
  • Once you have all this and are ready to go the question is what is the proper mowing height should you mow your lawn to in the fall.

It Depends On Variety

This all varies depending on each individual homeowner and the type of grass they currently have in their lawn. As a rule of thumb, your grass should be kept about mid-length around this time in the fall. However, cutting the grass too short will expose the root system of your lawn to harsh cold temperatures. This causes damage over time to your lawn and can be prevented. This is why it’s best to find a balance between the two lengths and keep it in the middle.

The Grass Matters

For cool-season grasses, you can leave them a little taller since they thrive in cooler weather. Keep cool-season grasses at about 3 inches up until the first frost sets in winter. On the other hand, keep warm-season grasses around 3 inches, just a little shorter than cool-season grasses. Doing this prepares them for the fall and winter. The added height will insulate the dormant parts of the grass and roots from the cold and winter freezes.

Contact A Professional Today

With so many different types of grass out there being used, it’s best to contact a professional to assist you in analyzing your specific grass type. This way you get all the needed lawn care tips and information telling you what the best height is for that specific type of grass. Finding the right cutting height isn’t always easy, that’s why we are here to help. Chorbie is here to serve the residents of the DFW area in achieving all of their lawn care and landscaping goals. Contact us today to get started on the right path to a perfect lawn.


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