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The loft in a barn for storage of hay.
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One pollutant from mowers is poly-cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), says Roger Westerholm, assistant professor at Stockholm University in Stockholm, Sweden.
Growth among current tenants in office use across the board, and the continued expansion of the technology and venture capitalist communities, will likely sustain strength in the real estate market in the next six to eight months," according to Mowers.
It has a 34cm cutting width, making it one of the widest mowers on the market and features a 12 metre cable and metal blade.
I knew the only way I was going to keep the black raspberries and brush from taking over my land was to get a brush or sicklebar mower.
Plug-in electric mowers have been around for decades, and they've earned a reputation as efficient, nonpolluting workhorses.
The severity of injuries or number of tractor operators being run over by rotary field mowers is not a new story.
Although it was built mainly to generate headlines, Dixie Chopper will build more of what it terms "the fastest lawn mowers in the world" if there is a demand.
Husqvarna - pioneers in robotic mowers Husqvarna pioneered the engineering of the robotic mower in 1995, an innovation that mows lawns by itself.
We hope the ease of use and significant fuel cost savings associated with these mowers will encourage more wide-spread use of this cleaner technology," said Janice Rutherford, San Bernardino County supervisor and SCAQMD Board Member.
The last figures listed for injuries sustained when using a push rotary mower was that 10,000 fingers, hands, toes and feet were damaged in accidents.
Bakersfield Deputy District Attorney Melissa Allen wouldn't comment on any evidence that's been uncovered, but said Mowers will be charged with first-degree murder.
Mowers Direct were pioneers in their industry and again are raising the benchmark to stay ahead of the game.