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- Joined: June 18th, 2019, 8:42 am
- Location: Lafayette, IN
- Grass Type: Northern mix
- Lawn Size: 1 acre-2 acre
- Level: Some Experience
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- Location: Zone 6 (Eastern PA)
- Grass Type: Elite KBG
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If it is, I certainly don't have any problems with you mowing it. Mowing it will cause a bit of "bleeding" from the tips, but if you wait until the grass tips are already dry and browning a bit, that won't be an issue any longer. Even if you don't, with it already stressing, water losses will be minimal.
The difference in height isn't making any impact in root length over a few days and 1.5 inches, but might increase the shading of the soil until the grass wilts totally. The fact that you clearly keep it long most of the time has already given you a lot of advantages and kept the grass green this long!
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