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The stiga are good mowers Huck, you do not need a tractor as its a big flat lawn. The artic models are great and get the mulching head, your boys will be fighting over cutting the grass mate.

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Unless you are a passionate grass cutting maniac I would avoid mulchers; you need super fine turf and be cutting it daily for a mulcher to be of any help; even then it is bad practice regardless of what the mulcher makers tell you! You got a pic of this grass?

 

I'm going to cause offence here but cannot endorse one particular brand of machine being mentioned here; you get what you pay for.

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Unless you are a passionate grass cutting maniac I would avoid mulchers; you need super fine turf and be cutting it daily for a mulcher to be of any help; even then it is bad practice regardless of what the mulcher makers tell you! You got a pic of this grass?

 

I'm going to cause offence here but cannot endorse one particular brand of machine being mentioned here; you get what you pay for.

sorryy but not true i gave my lawn its first cut today using my stiga, basickly a strip of headland..rought grass and gorse ect...first cut looked great if i cut it once a week it will have changes from a field to a prize lawn with in 6 weeks guarented

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mulchers rock, no more trips to the compost heap. Dave if you want a putting green you will need to soend £30k if you want to keep yor grass short with out walking behind a lawnmower, get something above average that doesnt rely on a big brand name to sell. Stiga all the way:thumbup1:

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mulchers rock, no more trips to the compost heap. Dave if you want a putting green you will need to soend £30k if you want to keep yor grass short with out walking behind a lawnmower, get something above average that doesnt rely on a big brand name to sell. Stiga all the way:thumbup1:

 

steve, whats your experiance with stiga?

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