Just cut the lawn, with mower settings on high. This is the first time I've ever mown before March.
Is that wise, sir? The grass at our new place is long, and I'm keen to tidy it up, but I always thought you wrecked a lawn if you mowed it too early in the year.
I thought that too, but I googled it and experts say you should mow whenever it's growing, like golf clubs do. The important thing is to only take the top off the lawn, so raise the blades of the mower first.
I need to sort my front and back gardens out this summer, both are a wreck but nothing some dynamite couldn't cure.
Tried to mow the lawn yesterday on the mower's highest setting. Got about 2/3s done before the lawnmower locked up completely and now the blade won't turn at all.
What are the odds of becoming more one-footed than Andy Reid with that approach?