So as far as results go, how is this different than a really good twin-blade mulching machine?cantoo said:I've been planning to build this for years but have never done it yet.
I want to take the bin off my Walker GHS and mount a small wood chipper on the back. The grass and leaves would be sucked up and go thru the chipper chopping them into little bits. Then they would be "blown" back onto the lawn. If this machine was used every week in the fall I don't think a real leaf clean up would have to be done other than blowing out the beds. This machine would also work good for extreme growth in the spring. I don't understand why something like this isn't already available.
Maybe this winter.
A self-propelled spreader would rule! Omg I can still feel myself pushing 100 pounds of chemical around... This would need a variable speed design of up to 7 mph, maybe 8 (Yeah because when the chute is wide open you gotta MOVE!)... On that note, some research into materials which do not corrode as quickly with today's fertilizers would be nice.dmc456 said:Didn't really see anything that was that innovative at the Expo.
What is the next big thing that you want to see in the lawn business?
Aerators, seeders, mowers, etc...???