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post #1 of Old 02-02-2020, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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What is a mulching mower? Can a mulching mower mow over anything but grass?

If you want a lush and healthy lawn without using a rake or blower, then try mulch mowing. It's a great way to revert some nutrients to the mother soil. It's where a mulching mower comes handy. Such a mower uses the blade suction to cut the grass clippings several times to turn them into tiny pieces and then leaves them back to the grass bed. As grass clipping contains up to 90 percent water, they dry quickly, mix back into the soil, increasing its nutrient level as well as moisture.

Using a mulching mower is very beneficial for your lawn. According to Kansas State University, 25 percent of the nutrients from grass clippings come back to the soil, and that reflects in a nourished garden. Mulching the grasses also saves your time and energy because you don't have to dispose of them in a separate bin.

Answering your second question: yes, a mulching mower can also mow over autumn leaves. You simply have to use the maximum cutting height and use the mower as usual. It will mulch all the fallen leaves from your lawn. But yes, you can mulch the unwanted leaves only If they are scattered. If there is a thick layer, then it will be a problem for the mower to mulch all the leaves. In such a situation, use mulch and store feature of the mower.
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If you are looking for the best reviews or information about mulching mower you can read more online.
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I use also cordless lawn mower that is very good for using. Lightweight and comfortable to use.
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I've recently bought a house and a garden because I've always dreamed of having a big garden. The problem is that I don't know how to work in it. My parents said I would spend a lot of time mowing the lawn, planting flowers and getting rid of weeds. My mother is very worried about this because I do not know how to take care of the garden. Fortunately, in the modern world, there are many companies that do this. Several times a month I hire gardeners http://lawn.com.au and they put my garden in order. I enjoy the beauty of my garden without wasting time and efforts

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In the case of mulching lawn mowers, the mulch consists of grass clippings from the mowed turfgrass. The clippings are cut into fine pieces that fall easily to the soil surface. There, they can be rapidly broken down by soil microorganisms, which release nutrients from the mulched plant material back into the soil. It can mow anything even grass.

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Completely agree. I use a mulched on my lawn for 80% of the year and usually it looks great. I have not picked up a rake in almost 10 years. For my riding mower I bought the mulching attachment which came with specialized mulching blades and the cover. Best $100 ever for a riding mower.

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Yesterday was my brother's birthday and the carpet now has some wine stains how to clean them?
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