As the air temperature drops, so does the soil temperature, slowing down grass and plant growth.
Grass comes alive again towards the beginning of spring, where it requires more mowing.
David Truby, the MD of Greensleeves, explained: “Grass growth slows and becomes increasingly dormant during winter, but its growth certainly doesn’t stop completely, and neither should mowing your lawn!
“The trick is to continue mowing your lawn as needed, never allowing it to become too long as this can significantly reduce the quality and potentially increase the severity of moss invasion.
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