When you set about turning an old field into a native meadow, a walk-behind flail mower can prove to be a spine-kind convenience. You may be able to rent one or hire someone who offers a mowing service. (Depending on the circumstances, fire might be a preferable tool, but executing a controlled burn requires some education, so you’re advised to get training. Contact personnel at your local nature center or state park office for guidance and volunteer opportunities.)
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