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LandscapesbyAcme

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Now that the mowing season is almost done, What is everyone going to do during the winter?

Over at our company we plow snow, work on equipment for the next season, then we also do training on different things. So lewts hear what you guys do.

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Our residential mows finished up last week, but our commercial contracts continue through the winter. We still mow each property once per month during the winter months, but it's also when I spray pesticides, clean up flower beds, trim trees, and trim hedges and bushes. This is a great time for me to address any problem areas that we have on our properties.

Craig Willeford, Clean Cut Yards & Commercial Landscaping

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We don't have much snow in Southern Missouri. I'm offering snow and ice but no real takers yet. I will continue doing landscape installs, work on marketing for the following season,build better systems within the company, firewood, logging, tree work, equipment repairs, and sub driving a dump truck and delivering RVs if things get to slow. Still have 5 leaf clean up scheduled that once out of covid quarantine I have to get done
 
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