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12-30-2011, 04:11 PM #1
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Anyone do organic gardening and push a reel mower?
I've got a friend who works for a company called Clean Air Gardening and I was looking at the stuff on their site (www.cleanairgardening.com) and I'm looking at getting one of these reel mowers for my place.
First off, I've only got like .20 acres to cut, so it's not like I'll be breaking my back. Second, I need the exercise. Third, it's going to take up a lot less space and I don't have to store gas and oil anymore for it.
They've got a lot of good products on there too to take a look at. Composting Bins Push Reel Mowers Patio Furniture and more. Shown is the Brill Razorcut 38 push reel mower.
Looks like they've got some electric trimmers too. My trimmers just fell and broke when I was getting Christmas lights down from the shelves, so maybe I'll have to look at getting some new ones.
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