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I Need Advice On What Type Of Lawn Mower To Buy?

Need to buy a lawn mower for my garden – medium size, but don’t know which one. What is the difference between a rotary and a hover, and which one is better? What is the minimum power I should go for? Which are the best brands.? Many thanks.

12 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - February 24, 2010 at 5:28 pm

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Looking for a Green Alternative To an Electric Powered Weed Trimmer (string Trimmer)?

I am looking for a green alternative to my current gas-powered weed trimmer, a green substitution comparable to my rotary push mower rather than my old gas mower. It seems crazy to mow the lawn with the push mower then get out the gas-powered string trimmer to do all the edging!
What did people use before gas- and electric-powered weed whackers?

4 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - February 16, 2010 at 5:22 pm

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Wanted To Know Best And Safest Way To Cut Grass. What Lawn Mower Buy And Safety Considerations.?

I am a retired college teaching professor, who has taken over raking leaves. Now want to go to cutting grass on lawn. The lawn is straight and small in front. In the back there really is not much grass. The lawn is more the crabgrass type. Even with the greatest of efforts, it will not get that “golf green” lawn look.
I am not interested in a riding lawn mower. Have talked to a couple of people. It looks like a push lawn mower with a bag is the way for me to go. Someone mentioned having one in which you do not have adjust the wheels.
Am concerned about what would be best to buy, where. Safety is also a major concern on how to adjust the blades, and any other matters should know about.
Tired of walking and thought practical exercise would be good. The mower would pay for itself soon.
Any suggestions about operating and buying a motorized push lawn mower would be greatly appreciated.

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - February 3, 2010 at 4:56 pm

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What To Do With Those Onions

You know it when your mom is cooking a morning breakfast or a hearty lunch when you sense the pungent smell of onions being sautéed and fried in cooking oil. Known for its smell, onions are staple recipe ingredient, often used to add to a dish’s flavor. It is important to able to identify the different types that are available at the grocery store.

When shopping for this ingredient, one can be bombarded with the colors, sizes and smells. They come in a variety of colors as well. It can be quite confusing, especially when one is not sure which one is the right one for the right recipe. One rule of thumb to consider when choosing just which to get is to two consider the two onion groups – green and dry. Green onions are harvested when they are just starting to mature and develop. They come off from the shoots, and are often characterized by their green color and soft, smooth texture.

On the other hand, dry onions have two types – sweet and storage. Sweet onions are the ones often used for burgers, salads, and sandwiches. They are best served fresh and raw, and because of that, they may rot easily. Storage onions are dryer than the sweet ones, and can last in the storage bin for a long period of time. Storage onions have a more pungent smell than sweet onions, and it is often recommended that they should be cooked first. Their potent smell adds flavoring to dishes, and best used to simmer with meat, soup or chili.

Onions can be prepared in different ways – sliced, diced, cut, or grated. You can add them in a salad, a sandwich, soup cream. They can be used as an essential ingredient to cook meat, fish or fowl. Onions are one of those staple food ingredients that never goes away. They can add more flavor to a soup or dish when it is grated and combined as pulp or liquid. This removes the feel of the pieces when eating the prepared dish or recipe.

When cooking onions with vegetables, it is best to peel off the skin first and then boil them to allow the pungent smell to escape and dissipate. Onion slices can be added to a white-colored sauce in order to create a thick cream. Adding cheese and breadcrumbs contributes to its thick texture. It is important that all flavors are mixed thoroughly, so use Bosch mixers when doing so. Bosch bread makers are high quality kitchenware that guarantees cooks and chefs the results they desire in their recipe dishes.

For Tricia, the home is the best place to be.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - January 11, 2010 at 5:32 pm

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Lawn Mower Batteries: What You Need To Know

Gasoline-powered lawn mowers are loud, and emit a great deal of pollution. The solution is the electrical or battery-powered lawn mower. Battery-powered lawn mowers are good for small lawns.

Most lawn mowers are powered by gasoline. Up until recently they have been the easiest mowers to use. It was necessary only to pull the starter cord a few times, or use the electric starter, and then mow to your heart’s content. But gasoline-powered mowers are noisy and they do rather pollute the air with their emissions.

One of the knocks against the electric-powered lawnmower was that it was awkward to use. The mower must be plugged in via a long power cord, and care must be taken not to snarl or run over the power cord.

Now, you’ve got another choice – the battery-operated lawnmower. A battery-operated lawnmower will generally have enough power to allow the operator to mow both the front and back yards on one charge, unless they are extremely large.

It all depends on the battery, though. Some batteries last for thirty minutes between charges, others last up to an hour. The key thing is that they are rechargeable, so that there’s no need to bury them in a garbage dump. Although…even these batteries only last about five years or so – and then must be recycled.

There are several types of batteries: alkaline – which are not used in lawn mowers, lead acid – which are gradually being replaced by nickel cadmium, and lithium batteries – which are not only expensive but also have low storage capacity.

Nickel cadmium batteries
If you are buying a new battery operated lawn mower, make sure you get one powered by a nickel cadmium (Ni-cad) battery. They are simply better than the lead acid – they can be recycled and are environmentally friendly.

Extending battery life
As with any other type of mower, there are times when you should mow your lawn and times when you shouldn’t. You should never try to mow wet grass – it produces a tremendous strain on the battery – or engine – and doesn’t do your grass much good, either. Don’t let your grass grow such that you’re cutting off more than three inches at a time – again, bad for the engine or battery, and bad for the grass itself.

Ni-Cad batteries
Ni-Cad batteries are maintenance free. All you need to do is make sure you do not re-charge the batteries until they are completely discharged. The batteries have a ‘memory’ – if you recharge them when they don’t need to be, they will remember the energy state they were at when they were recharged, and will believe themselves to be run down the next time they reach that state – even though they have plenty of power left. (Okay, there’s a bit of anthropomorphism there, but you get the idea.)

If you’re concerned about the environment – and we all should be – the battery-operated or electrical lawn mowers should be our choice.

Andrew Caxton is the editor of many articles on lawn care published at http://www.lawn-mowers-and-garden-tractors.com . You can find more information and resources on lawnmower batteries at his website.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - January 9, 2010 at 4:27 pm

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Do You Know What The Best Lawn Mower Is?

In todays market there is a huge selection of lawn mowers, from push and self-propelled mowers to large riding mowers, or lawn tractors, for more sizeable areas. There are manual lawn mowers, electric lawn mowers, and gasoline engine-powered lawn mowers. But the best lawn mowers will cut and disperse cuttings evenly. The best lawn mowers are rated on their ability to cut with several different methods, including bagging, mulching and side discharge. Evaluations also include handling and ease-of-use, a noise evaluation, environmental affect, and of course safety. Gasoline engine-powered mowers can have either traditional mower engines or overhead valve engines, but both are considered to be the worst by environmental organisations. Manual reel mowers are apparently the best, with electric coming second. There are numerous options with gasoline-powered lawn mowers. Most of the newer mowers available to you have a blade brake clutch, which allows the user to stop the blade while keeping the engine running. This is of benefit if it is necessary to stop to get rid of debris, or if there is a gravel drive, this way the lawn mower can be transported without flinging stones. Easy adjustments are likewise important, especially when rasing and lowering the height of the cut. Some models will have a lever for every wheel, or just two for the front wheels, while more advanced models allow the user to adjust the height of all four wheels with just one lever. There are numerous starting options available, as well. The best lawn mowers will start on the first or second pull. Alternatively, some models have a battery and an electric start or key start ignition. This can be a significant weight-adding option, however. Lawn tractors have decreased significantly in price in the last few years and they have as well become a good deal more versatile around obstructions like shrubs and trees. In addition, most light-duty riding mowers have the ability to add attachments for lawn aerating, towing carts, or even plowing snow. Many models as well allow the user to change speeds and many even have cruise control. There are a plethora of choices to think about when searching for the best lawn mower. Price may be an indicator of performance, but one should always consider the cutting method, handling, noise, environmental impact and ease-of-use.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - December 22, 2009 at 4:29 pm

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Lawn Mower Sharpening and Repair – What You Need to Know

Maintaining a thriving green garden needs proper care and the right equipment on hand. Having the right lawn mower for your landscape’s glory that will cut the grass and not actually rip them up is a must have. If you wish to buy one, the primary thing that you need to consider is your landscape. Do you have a flat lawn or do you own the slope type? In case the work calls for cutting grasses on a slope then you could go with the one that contains high wheels so you won’t find it hard to push it into the hill. On the other hand, if you wish to get rid of the messy job then the cordless or the electric munching lawn mower is the thing for you. After purchasing, review the maintenance schedule and ensure that you are aware of the guidelines when it comes to lawn mower sharpening and repair. A good kind will allow your equipment to last for more than a year while at the same time giving your grass a better cut. When spring time comes, all of the parts must be properly cleaned and maintained. Even the spark plug should be replaced from time to time as to achieve good firing. Ensure the condition of every nuts and bolts and see to it the proper tightness is achieved. In addition, the underside deck calls for proper cleaning all throughout the season in order to get rid of unnecessary dirt and grass; doing this is a great advantage for grasses since it hinders the spread of diseases among them. For you to successfully clean the deck, ensure first that the spark plug is not connected and empty the gas tank first. After then, you can now start to stand the mower in an upward position and spray the equipment with water. Scrub the rest of the grimes then you’re done. In addition, lawn mower repair also calls for checking the air filter and the oil. The later must be cleaned and replaced when needed and you should oil the equipment from time to time. When it comes to lawn mower sharpening, the process should be done after 1 or 2 months varying upon how often you use it. Dong this will benefit you of having nicely cut grasses instead of ripping them up. When sharpening, simply detach the blade and sharpen it with the use of a file. Be extra careful with the blade as to not cut your fingers, don’t allow your kid to do this and never even attempt to do it right in front of them so they would not emulate you later on. You know how harmful it s too play with sharp objects. When the mowing season is over, it is about time that you gear yourself with the proper step of correctly storing the machine until winter time. It is highly recommended to remove the gas and the oil before storing. If each owner would only do the proper care for the mower then they will be ensured of great seasons and years of service.

PART 2 – For part two of this article, head on to Lawn Mower Sharpening & Repair, which is a popular website that provides advice on where to go to save money when buying scotts lawn care products.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - December 13, 2009 at 4:29 pm

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What Materials Are Rotary Lawn Mower Blades Made Out Of?

Most are made of a carbon steel—you get what you pay for—the more they cost , the longer they last. They make them to wear out!!!!!If they made they out of ( t-1 ) they would last too long and would not have to be replaced. Its a money thing.

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - December 4, 2009 at 5:25 pm

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What Type Of Lawn Mower Do You Recommend?

I am preparing to purchase my first lawn mower. I am looking for a push mower (also known as a walk-behind). The grass in my yard grows very quickly, so I would like something that will last a while and not wear out quickly.
I have heard good things about the snapper company and was thinking I might get one of their mowers.
Do you know anything about snapper or do you have other recommendations?

8 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - November 25, 2009 at 4:33 pm

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What Is The Correct Diet For Bosch Monitor Aged About 3 Years?

My friend owns a lizard Bosch and I was wondering what the diet is correct? How often should I feed and what and how much should he eat? HELP HELP HELP

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - October 21, 2009 at 5:29 pm

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