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New Style Mulcher for Lawn Mowers
"It grinds up leaves as you mow, pulverizing them into granules for fast, natural decomposition without having to do any lawn raking whatsoever," says John Weber, Anchor, Ill., inventor of a new-style Mow-N-Mulch attachment for all types of side-discharge lawn mowers.
The attachment fits into the discharge chute opening and is equipped with special rod-shaped "fingers" that vibrate to keep leaves recycling under the deck until they're chewed into small granules.
"Conventional mulching attachments are simply a piece of metal with holes in it. Most of the leaves are blown out before they get chopped into small pieces. Because of the vibrating rods on the Mow-N-Mulch, the blast of air is allowed to escape but the leaves stay trapped under the deck where they're ground into small pieces," explains Weber. "The continuous recycling-mulching action keeps the underside of the mower clean and polished. Traveling at normal mowing speed, the attachment's action on the blade will reduce a shoe box full of leaves to a tablespoon full of granules. It also grinds up locust seed pods, small sticks and tall grass."
The attachment sells for $35, plus ship-ping. Works on all single or multi-blade mowers with powered blade and side discharge. "All we need to know is the make and model of your lawn mower and its cutting width," says Weber.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, J. Weber Engineering Co., Rt. 1, Box 89, Anchor, Ill. 61720 (ph 309 723-6347).


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1990 - Volume #14, Issue #4