Cutting the grass is the longest amount of time consuming part of grass care. It appears reasonable to do it in the correct way. Cutting grass short decreases rooting depth which in its turn decreases the water the plant gets, this could cause stressfulness, weakness and possible death of grasses in the dry spells. Cutting once each week will produce a much denser turf than if you mow every fortnight. Never remove more than one 3rd of the grass bade on any one occasion.
If your grass mower is set for one” cut which is a perfect cutting height you should mow at or before the grass gets to one” whether or not that’s a few days or eight days before cut.
In extremely dry weather raise the cut up one setting. Remember cropping height is an accommodation between getting the glorious looking grass you need, permitting the grass enough leaf to be healthy and look greener.