Major Garage renovations part 2: The ground is dug out, and the retaining wall is coming along.

Major Garage renovations part 2: The ground is dug out, and the retaining wall is coming along.

Lawn Care Tips For Your Lawn Mower

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Lawn Care Tips For Your Lawn Mower

To mow the lawn, you should first make sure that the blade of your lawn mower is sharp and set to the correct height. Then, begin mowing. Mow from the flattest part of the lawn to the edge of the grass, and keep the blade up until it cuts through the grass. To make cutting the grass easier, set the mower to the appropriate height for the type of grass on your lawn. Whenever possible, cut only 1/3 of the grass blades at a time, which provides shade to the roots. Do not mow a lawn with wet grass, as wet grass mats the blades and leaves clumps.

There are three types of mowers: riding mowers, push lawn mowers, and zero-turn mowers. Riding mowers use a spinning blade assembly that forces grass past a cutting bar. Reel mowers use a cutting bar that sits horizontally. They have a horizontal cutting bar, and a cylinder with blades that spin rapidly around the reel axis. These mowers allow for faster turnaround between rows, and they have excellent maneuverability around obstacles.

Several different manufacturers entered the field of lawn mowers in the 20th century. The first of these was the Atco Standard motor mower, introduced in 1921 by Charles H. Pugh Ltd., a British company. The Atco Standard mower cost 75 pounds and was immediately popular, with a 22-inch cut. As more people realized the benefits of lawn care, lawn mower manufacturing continued to develop. Today, many manufacturers produce petrol-powered lawn mowers.

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