1. High efficiency: Generally, each lawn mower can mow more than 8×667m2 per day, and its efficiency is 16 times that of manual weeding (0.5×667m2 per day).
2. Good effect: Due to the precise composition of the lawn mower parts and the fast rotation speed when working, it has a good cutting effect on orchard weeds, especially for high tender weeds. Generally, weeding 3 times a year can basically meet the weeding requirements.
3. Conservation of water and soil: Artificial use of hoe to weed loosen the topsoil while weeding, so it often causes certain soil erosion. Manual weeding on the sill will cause more serious soil erosion. However, the use of a lawn mower to weed only cuts off the above-ground part of the weeds and has almost no effect on the soil surface. In addition, grassroots have a soil-fixing effect, which is extremely beneficial to water and soil conservation.
4. Increased fertility: Weeding with a lawnmower should only be carried out after the weeds have grown to a certain height. The cut weeds covering the orchard can not only be used as organic fertilizer for the orchard but also increase soil fertility. Scope of application: suitable for various weeds such as reeds, alfalfa, fish grass, and other large and small plots of plains, hills, terraces, orchards, and triangles. The operation is simple and has high working efficiency.
When the weeds grow to 10-13 cm, the effect of weeding with a lawnmower is best. If the weeds grow too high, it should be done in two steps, that is, cut the upper part first and then the lower part. When using a lawn mower, hold the handle with both hands and keep a certain slope to the side of the fruit tree so that the cut weeds fall to the side of the fruit tree as much as possible. Weeding at medium speed and moving forward at a constant speed can save oil and improve work efficiency.