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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by newz7151, Jun 16, 2007.
Anybody else going green while mowing the green?
I mulch (no filling up landfills= saving the earth)
i pick up garbage in my customers lawns
The underside of my deck is green after each cut.
growing and maintaining lawns with a quality turfgrass program is the most GREEN thing of a city... If it wasnt for grass we would all be dead of C02 poisoning.
we re all ecological heroes for being in the grass business. And spitting all the RED MAN juice on peoples lawn is a great insecicide/fungicide--Organic...
I use old tobacco when preparing a lawn as soil amendment/insecticide.. small animals cant take the nicotine
Did they convert their homeowner Toro to electric? I'd be interested in seeing what they used. Not because I want to do it, but what in the world did they use? Mabye two electric motors to drive the wheels, and alot of batteries?
One thing some people don't think about though, If everything is running off of electricity, than it is really for the most part running off of burning coal, still pollutes the air, mabye not as much though. Still, not zero pollution.
I bet they are getting a small fortune to mow. Kind of an interisting niche.
I came across the ad on Craigslist.
I doubt if many people will see and understand it though, as it was posted under "skilled trade" heading.
Thank you for your part!!!
nice! We can call you earth friendly too!
hahahahahahaha You are going above and beyond, Al Gore would be proud!!
I'm not trying to bash, but I just happened to think, this company purhased a homeowner Zero turn for $4000+ and spent who knows how much converting it to electric. How long is it going to last?