Looking at a large solar farm and wondered if anyone had experience doing these? Trying to figure out which is the safest / best / fastest / safest (yeah, I said it twice - its a glass house, kinda) way to approach this thing. The panels are only about 16-20" off the (sometimes uneven) ground and we have to get back about 3' or so under them. The rows are about 8-10' wide and at least 100 yards long. The dilemma: How to mow under (the low side), between (down the middle) and under the high side, without throwing a rock or breaking the panels, efficiently. They are at a fixed 30 degree angle. Like I sad, 16+" on the low side and 6' or so on the high side. I have a batwing, but there is no way it's going to fit under the low side. One small bump and there goes a few hundred dollar panel. Also, Round up isn't an option. Thoughts?