Have Your Lawn The Look You Want It To Be

In 2005 we watched robotic systems do the impossible. For instance we watched a Volkswagon named “Stanley” drive 200 plus miles through the desert, driving on steep canyon cliffs, through tunnels and over absolutely horrific terrain, while averaging a 35-mph click. And this Stanford Built robotic guidance system did so without remote control, without a driver and fully autonomously all by its lonesome.

If you have a Robotic lawn mower that is not big in size, then you probably want to look for a reel mower. This type of mower normally comes with numerous sizes and you have to be aware that this mower is only suitable for cutting short grass and is not suitable to cut longer grass as the blade will get caught on the longer grass easily.

Technology has advanced where batteries can now power automatic lawn mowers to do an effective job. They can mow, go back to the charger by them selves, and go back out again on a schedule without any help all season.

The size of your lawn is the single-most important factor in choosing between a push Mowing robot and riding mower. Generally speaking, if your lawn is less than 1\2 acre, you might do well with a push mower. Anything over 1\2 acre, you should seriously consider a riding mower. On lawns this size, the time it would take for you to mow with a 22-inch push mower could be cut in half using a 42-inch rider, giving you less lawn time and more wife time.

As well as the perimeter wire, there’s usually another wire that leads to a charging station. This enables the robot to return home when the battery becomes flat.

The most common problem with a lawn mower is that it won’t start. This can be the result of several things but start by seeing if the gas supply is working properly. Next check the throttle, the fuse, and the spark plug. If all these items seem to be in good working order check the power source. A good way to see if it is working is to check the air filter. Is it possible that it is clogged by grass or other debris. The gas in the fuel container may not be any good.

If you do not wish to rake your grass clippings, a good choice for a mower is the mulching type of mower. It cuts the grass into very fine particles that you can just allow them to stay on the soil for composting.