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Lawn MowingRegular weekly mowing helps a lawn resist weeds, insects and disease. Infrequent mowing causes too much grass to be removed at one time! Infrequently mowed grass also produces a lawn that looks thin, spotty or burned. As a general rule, we never cut more than one-third of the length of your grass at a time.

Lawn Mowing Includes:Mow front and back yard with mulching mowers, we use both larger mowers for the wide open areas of your lawn, and smaller push mowers to get at those harder to reach areas.
Trimming around driveway,sidewalk,fences,beds,trees, AC, and areas not accessible with mower.
Blowing and cleanup of any grass clippings on the lawn,driveway or sidewalk.

Lawn Height:Most grass types have a recommended cutting height between 3 and 4.5 inches. Master Lawn Care generally cuts your lawn to a 4 inch height because a lawn cut at this height will have a deeper root system and be more resistant to weeds, disease and drying out during hot, arid weather and will require less watering than shorter cut grass.

Mulching or Bagging:At Master Lawn Care we usually Mulch the Grass Clipping. Mulching grass clippings is an excellent way to return valuable nutrients and organic material to your lawn. Finely cut grass clippings contain approximately 80% water, 5% nitrogen, 1% phosphorous and 2% potassium. The nitrogen component of grass clippings can provide about one-third of the yearly nitrogen requirement of a lawn. On the other hand, bagging clippings robs your lawn of these valuable nutrients from your grass.Researchers have proven that grass clippings left on the lawn results in healthier grass that is less prone to disease. Grass clippings also contain organic fertilizer, nutrients and minerals, and significant amounts of nitrogen that are returned to the soil if the clippings are left on the lawn.