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post #1 of 8 Old 12-20-2018, 04:20 PM Thread Starter
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Grass growing in warm snap

If this rain and warm weather keeps up my grass will be tall enough to bale hay this spring. I believe itís a sin to get the mower back out of hibernation.


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Re: Grass growing in warm snap

Mine has never stopped... The snow melted off of the lawn yesterday and its bright green. We have had so much rain this year that it never went dormant..

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Mine's under 10" of snow.

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I wish I could mow my lawn again! It is always raining on the warm days we get, it normally is a max of 45 during the day, and it goes down to 20 or less some nights...my cub would be ready to battle the grass again though!

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Mine's under 10" of snow.


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Had one of those in the mid 90ís it was old when my dad was a kid. Only really worked on ice


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Re: Grass growing in warm snap

Had a big hill on the county road where I lived when i was a kid, hard packed snow you could get moving too. Part of the hill was probably 12-15% grade. Surprising we never got run over.

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