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I have 55cm 10 blade Swardman with grooved front roller coming. Should be here around July 18. Because I have been cutting with a rotary and my HOC is now 1.25", wanted to know, at this time of year what is the risk of severe scalp with PGR applied 6/28. My thought was attempt to scalp to 3/8 with a new HOC at .5". I thought I'd drop down a little at a time in one mowing session, meaning mow the whole lawn at .75" then drop a little and mow again to ensure I can mow this low without scalping, don't care so much about brown just about being able to mow level, unless this is a bad idea. I did my first level this year 5/22 and it's much more level.. I'm curious, I have about 3 months of mowing left this season so I'd like to get the Swardman into action.. what are thoughts on or recommendations on this? @Ware @Greendoc @viva_oldtrafford @Tellycoleman and anyone else who was faced with scalping Bermuda this time of year and it's recovery. I know if I scalp I'll need to water a lot, and fertilize. What about PGR? Should I keep it up the rest of the season? Thanks in advance for any/all input! If recommending not scalping and I keep a higher HOC .75-1.0" will the 10 blade reel give me issues?