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    Default Re: Some of the long "lawns" we have mowed

    I had a crack at this one this arvo. It's my new next door neighbour & hasn't been mowed in the 7 years I've been here.
    My shed is just a few metres through the fence, so I'd like it cleaned up to reduce the fire hazard, but it's going to knock the gear around too much for me to finish it. There's 3.5 acres like this.

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    Default Re: Some of the long "lawns" we have mowed

    Anything Ian says may or may not be garbage, it may also be his own opinion or it may not be his opinion at all, it may just be something he felt like stating anyone following his advice does so at their own risk and may be doing something Ian would actually advise against.
    And if you don't like what Ian has to say use the ignore function if you don't know how ask i will gladly tell you

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    That's pretty interesting Ian. Haven't seen them being used in an intensive situation like that before. A few people tried goats (and camels) in west Qld to control prickly acacia with varying results, but in free range situation.
    I don't think any livestock would eat this stuff as it is now. It's probably 80% dead matter and any green is not very palatable. They might trample some of it .
    The Fire Service wont burn it until winter.
    Even a tractor/slasher has trouble dealing with it and leaves a mess that's hard to deal with next time it's cut. At least the mower cuts it properly and spreads the debris more evenly so they break down quicker and easier to get through next time.

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    Default Re: Some of the long "lawns" we have mowed

    I did this unoccupied block this morning. 5 weeks since the last mow. Wasn't expecting it to be quite so bad.

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    Default Re: Some of the long "lawns" we have mowed

    go the grav compact pro




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    Default Re: Some of the long "lawns" we have mowed

    There a good mower ay! Well worth the money

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    Default Re: Some of the long "lawns" we have mowed

    Awesome edbeek...

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