Bagging leaves turf with a nice, finished look, but it also takes nutrients away from the soil and those clippings have to be disposed of somehow. Mulching gets those nutrients back to the root system, but rain and tall grass can cause clippings to gather in clumps instead of integrating into the lawn. Now with Honda’s Versamow System, you can do both that the same time to get a healthy lawn, a clean finish and less yard waste.
Hydrostatic transmissions have long been favored in professional lawn equipment, but now Honda is bringing them to their HRX217HYA, HRX17HZA and HRC216HXA walk behind mowers. The Cruise Control Hydrostatic Transmission doesn’t need belts or chains to transfer power, and it makes setting and keeping a mowing speed easier than any self-propelled mower on the market.
Taking proper care of the lawn is often far more complex than people realize, especially for new homeowners who may never have had to deal with this type of responsibility in the past. There are many questions that people ask when tackling proper, effective lawn care throughout the spring, summer, and autumn months. Answers to some of these most common questions can make it easier to get the job done while creating a healthy, resilient, green lawn that keeps up with the neighbors and stuns visitors throughout the full length of the growing season.
When taking care of a lawn, it’s easy to overlook the most readily available source for fertilizer and turf protection: the grass itself. Mulching turns lawn clippings into easily compostable material that is good for you lawn, good for the environment and good for your wallet.