said by robbin:
How can you be so sure it's cut too short if the grass has not be identified? Different grasses should be cut at different heights.
Yeah appears dormant.
Robbin, this is a rule of thumb (and science) for taking care of grass. At least it is in colder climates, I would assume it's the same in a place like Florida, but I don't know about "hot" places.
Rules of thumb (and science) for spring is: Leave it alone till it's 8-cm minimum in height (about 3.5 inches). This is for root growth which will prevent browning during the summer, and produce healthy grass with a strong root system. We all know the grass is only good as long as it's root are, right?
Rules of thumb (and science) for fall (last cut before winter):
Set mower on the highest height setting and leave it.
So what alkizmo stated, and going by the looks of the grass, he isn't wrong for someone being in the land of ice and snow. That grass is cut too short for winter.
Are all grasses (the science of) not the same even in a hot place like Florida? This I don't know. But I think it is.
If not, have any links?