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Never mow the grass if young children are in the area.
Wait at least another three days before you mow the lawn to allow the weedkillers to get down to the plant roots.
In the semi-finals, Glynwood disposed of Bede Community while Barley Mow defeated St Joseph's.
For each trial, a contractor for the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) was hired to mow the plots.
So, for councils who can't mow their grass, please use some common sense, A mower and a length of rope won't cost too many pence.
A common recommendation is to mow a third of each buffer every year on a 3-year rotation (USDA 2009b).
He writes in a handbook for would-be terrorists: "The idea is to use a pick-up truck as a mowing machine, not to mow grass, but mow down the enemies of Allah.
If you have to have a rotary washing line in your lawn, sink the base so that you can mow over it.
recommendations for immediate action to improve the effectiveness of the MOW program across the globe
Shane Hobday headed Jubilee ahead but Barley Mow were soon back on level terms through Carlos Rumble.
Choose a dry day and raise the height of cut of the lawnmower from the position you usually mow at.
So for Joe Gardener to scrape a living, he has to do a lot of yards and that means mow, blow and go.