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  • Stripes, stripes, stripes

    Here's a question for all your guys, does grass stripe better when it
    Is cold out? Here in eastern pa, the weather was hot, the cooled down
    And now it is hot agian. My zturn does not have a striper but the my
    Lines look very nice. Also i'v noticed it does strip better when it's a little wet.

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    I wouldn't think so.

    The moisture level and length of grass play a big role in well developed stripes. It's a lot like the hair on your head.

    Cold air will usually preserve morning dew till 11AM give or take, so mornings are your best bet. Sometimes later in the season the cold air will actually dry out the grass, removing it's moisture.

    Last edited by CHEESE2009; 04-01-2012, 10:21 AM. Reason: I was attacked by a lion and two chimpanzees.

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    • #3
      I would think the grass would be more flexible when it's wet than dry and hold it's shape longer.
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