[Market-farming] hello?

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Fri Nov 26 13:57:55 EST 2004


I've used one for a long time, cordless and quite effective. It's a serrated blade on a handle, sometimes called a  yo-yo, that you swing both ways to cut weeds etc. 

paul at largocreekfarms.com
http://medicinehill.net

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On 11/26/2004 at 12:45 PM Pat Meadows wrote:

>On Fri, 26 Nov 2004 12:04:18 EST, you wrote:
>
>>Dear Friends, 
>>
>>I seek your advice on high-quality, professional grade cordless weed
>wackers 
>>that would be useful for use at community gardens, schools, etc.  
>>
>>I figure you have experience and would know which brands/models have
>enough 
>>power to do some serious cutting.  My goal is to have a cordless
>re-chargeable 
>>electric weed wacker that can cut heavy weeds and vines.
>>
>>Thanks for your recommendations and for letting me learn from your
>experience.
>>
>
>We have given up on electric weed whackers, and decided that
>they are useless.  Even ones *with* cords.  
>
>We now use a weed whacker with a small (gasoline-powered)
>motor.  It's larger and heavier but it WORKS.  It would cut
>through your heavy weeds and vines.
>
>Pat
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