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Cutting methods imply the system chosen to handle clippings and waste after you cut grass using a lawnmower. Every garden and gardener has needs of their own, and therefore, it is crucial to know these needs to understand what method to choose! In general, there are 3 methods if you use a lawnmower with a horizontal blade that rotates about a vertical axis. Let’s analyse them together to understand their benefits:
This system is widespread in countries where the culture of lawn care is less popular. Collecting lawn care waste provides an instant good aesthetic effect and your lawn is usable right away.
The collection system consists in not leaving the residues on the lawn. This option has pros and cons depending on the needs. It can surely be a good method for those who want a pristine lawn immediately after mowing and are not interested in having too much natural fertiliser. However, this is a rather long and wearisome cutting method since the grass bag has to be emptied frequently; it also deprives the ground of all the precious benefits of grass waste.
On the other hand, it is an excellent method if you want to reduce the fertility and growth of grass for some time.
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Mulching is probably one of the most popular and widely used cutting/collection methods. It is suitable for any type of ground and guarantees benefits that should not be underestimated. How does it work? Grass is so thinly chopped that it dries and decomposes into the ground quickly and easily.
What makes mulching so special? Here are some reasons:
There are, however, some ‘drawbacks’ to take into account. This waste management method requires cutting grass more frequently and excess leaves and grass should be clipped every 2 or 3 cuts.
If you are interested in mulching as a cutting method and do not have suitable tools, we offer our Multiclip 50 S and Multiclip 47 Q H petrol lawn mowers, specially designed for this task.
Side-rear discharge is a very common and comfortable cutting method, ideal for those who own vast lawns, who want to take advantage of the benefits offered by mulching, but do not have time for overly meticulous and frequent cuts.
This method perfectly suits those who prefer man-on-board mowers and want to work quickly. No need for breaks to dump waste on the ground or to compact and scatter it carefully! Generally, if this method is chosen, the mower will be able to handle cutting while removing more leaves than usual.
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For rear discharge, we recommend the MPV 520W multipurpose vehicle: http://bit.ly/2rlIIDp.
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