I don’t do anything to stimulate grass growth, ever. After 17 years using a 54” bobcat walk behind, I’m 4 years into a 60” Kubota zero turn to cut 4+ acres as quickly as possible.
Pre Strava, I put a GPS on it and recorded over 8-miles for one complete mow. Multiply that times 17 years. That was my miles...Strava it!
Pre Strava, I put a GPS on it and recorded over 8-miles for one complete mow. Multiply that times 17 years. That was my miles...
Yesterday I hand dug four 5gal buckets of dandelions from my meager peasantly lot. Roots and all. Looks amazing. Stop over for a barley soda if you don’t believe me.
Almost time to mow the rest of the weeds.
I have done this on my peasant lawn with push mower. If I include the line trimming it’s like 3.5 miles.Strava it!
And even more important for our environment.Scale is a must own for lawn care.
I don’t do either, I have a British gardener doing it for me. Either way it doesn’t make any difference, she not pushing it, she can barely keep up after it uphill, downhill sideways, upside down, whatever! Anyway, would you really drive your lawn mower across a steep incline? Better have a sturdy rollbar! Don’t be this guy!
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