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Summer Mowing Heights

July 2, 2012

Your grass appreciates a higher mowing height during the hot summer months.  Consider bumping your mower setting up a notch to leave your grass at the taller end of this range for your type of grass.  (These suggested heights are after you mow):

2-1/2 to 4 inches for Bluegrass, Ryegrass and Fescue

2 to 4 inches for St. Augustinegrass and Bahiagrass

1 to 3 inches for Centipedegrass

1/2 to 2 inches for Bermudagrass

3 /4 to 2 inches for Zoysia

Then around September you could drop down to the lower end of the range for your grass type.

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3 Comments
  1. I keep my Zoysia at about 2.5 inches usually but it’s more for the texture. Great post though

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