Lawn control

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  1. J

    J New Elf

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    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    I have found that having pretty well no rain for November and December has stunted my grass pretty well. If it wasn't for me watering the lawn it'd be a complete dustbowl :(
     
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    mborg10 Michael Borg

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    We had so much rain if I didn't mow every week, the house looked abandoned. The lawn looks amazing now though.

    I purposely built big gardens and all my lights are in the gardens.
     
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    fasteddy I have C.L.A.P Global Moderator Generous Elf

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    That's the stuff I need as the grass here on a sunny day can be seen growing and the way the weather has been it looks long after 1 week
     
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    Bill Ellick Full Time Elf

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    What the heck is a lawn? ::)

    I don't get a chance to see the dirt again till probably mid April here and then grass around May if we are lucky. I am lucky if I can get enough fertilizer on the stuff to make it look green and pretty before it is time to get ready for winter again.

    Lawn, Shmaun! I live in varying degrees of winter here!
     
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    Eddy, Its much the same at my place. 1 week is the longest i can leave it in summer. Its not really the cheapest option but could be if you mow over a couple of cables!
     

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