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Brown ingredients are carbon-based materials, such as dried leaves. Green ingredients are nitrogen-based materials, such as fresh grass clippings....
Without any oil in the fuel for lubricating, the engine will seize up and will probably be ruined. Always remember to use the oil/gas mixture in the...
Some of the common reasons mowers won’t start include the following: 1. It’s out of gas. 2. It’s flooded. Let it sit for an hour or two or...
February, March and...
For a mulching or self-propelled mower, you need plenty of horsepower so look for one that has a 5 to 6 horsepower...
Every 4-6 weeks beginning in...
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