Cut Your Grass Like A Boss!

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+6 1. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Totally impressed and a little jealous...because 3 hours cutting grass every week from April through November...ugh!
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+7 2. Pyranthos commented 7 years ago

Coo and all, but I think I'll just stick to lettin the kids earn allowance mowing, lol
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+3 3. torbengb commented 7 years ago

That really is boss-level work - and ingenuity!

My puny yard is less than 5000 sq ft but still I let a robot do it for me:
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+1 4. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Awsome #3, that's like a Roomba but cutting grass...didn't know they had that.
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+1 5. grator commented 7 years ago

And who is pickung up the cut grass?
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+5 6. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

It first dries then decomposes quickly and provides nutrients for the soil #5.
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+1 7. Malakyte commented 7 years ago

3X louder but also 3X faster neighbour :D
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+1 8. 98oktan commented 7 years ago

...until one day Mr Jenkins next door had it with the noise and brought out the red turtle >:)
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0 9. tiggfigg commented 7 years ago

Damn your lawn looks so good. Mine is full of thistles and dandelions. Time to bust out the clopyralid.
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+2 10. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Try not to use clopyralid #9 if at all possible, as it is one of the most toxic agents in the herbicide class...if you absolutely have to use one use glyphosate aka Round Up...but better yet, just try and enjoy the little yellow dandelions in April, they are a sure sign of spring and the early greens can actually be used for salad... :)