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  1. Lawn Mowing
    To prevent erosion, I tell my customers to cut steep hills at 4-6 inches tall and leave the clippings. Start at the bottom and snake your way to the top so the spark plug never faces down and the clippings are spread out better. Any of you guys cut steep hills less than 4 inches and f so have...
  2. Lawn Mowing
    I have a lot of guys telling me they overbid jobs with slopes in hopes of not having to do it and if they get the job, it pays big money. Is this a common bidding technique?
  3. Lawn Mowing
    I have a small farm in rural Ohio. On a portion of that property we have a 3 acre lake. Our family uses the property like our own private park. Probably 6 acres of mowed grass around the lake and around the attached 2 acre orchard. I am the only one who actually maintains it, or it never gets...
  4. Lawn Mowing
    I am considering a Wright Stander mower for my property (1+ acre) which has several hills (30-38 degree slopes). Will this mower (or some other type) be able to hold the hill while traveling across it or up/down?? In some areas, I have a very short distance from the top to bottom of the hill...
  5. Homeowner Assistance Forum
    Has anyone used the remote control lawn mowers? I am thinking of getting one of these for my dad who is 70, but wanted an opinion from someone who has used one, before i spend the money. Southern RobotX claims these mowers will mow 70 degree inclines and are simple to operate...My dad needs...
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