John Deere offer an extensive range of walk behind lawnmowers so that there will always be the right one for you.
Features such as "Variable Speed" and "Electric Start" are availble that make these top of the range machines the best in the business.
John Deere has their patented TurboStar system which ensures a perfect ift of the grass.
Rear Roller models can provide that perfect striped appearance to your garden.
The RUN Series of John Deere Walkbehinds all have the following features:
The Select Series of John Deere walk-behinds offer some impressive features.
The Aluminium Deck is robust and lightweight. It won't rust and the deck comes with an impressive 15 Year Warranty*
Most Select Series models use proven,reliable four-stroke ReadyStart Petrol engines so that even on chilly mornings the start straight away. This is due to the automatic choke system (so no priming and no choking).
The Select Series also a Bag Fill Level Indicator so you know when it is time to empty the bag before there are any spills.
40, 43, 47 AND 54CM CUTTING DECK OPTIONS
PUSH, SINGLE SPEED AND VARIABLE SPEED MODELS AVAILABLE
ELECTRIC START AVAILALBE
STEEL REAR ROLLERS AVAILABLE
Mulching provides your grass iwith natural fertiliser (grass clippings). This keeps lawns lush, fresh and healthy.
These mulching mowers are specially designed to clip the grass into fine enough sizes so that they can be returned to the ground.
As a bonus - there's no need to empty any grass bag- saving you time. And less need for artificial fertilisers which is kind to the environment and your pocket.
Scarifiers help to keep your garden looking green and healthy by removing what is known as "Lawn thatch" and moss to allow nutrients to find their way into the soil and root of the grass. Lawn Thatch is the accumulation of grass and plant clippings that accumulates between the blades of grass and stop the soil underneath receiving adequate water, air and nutrients which results in the grass looking unhealthy.
Scarifying can be done all year round if necessary but in general the best times to do this are late Spring and Autumn.
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