A healthy lawn can be maintained during the hot days of summer with sound practices for mowing, fertilizing and irrigation, writes Terry Brite DelValle, a horticulture extension agent with the University of Florida and the Duval County Extension Service. In this article, DelValle offers eight lawn-maintenance tips, including the recommended mowing height for different types of grasses, what to do with clippings and whether to fertilize.

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