History Of The Lawn Mower
Sep 28, 2018

Since 1805, when the lawn mower is human, there is no power to support.

In 1805 the British Plucknett invented the first machine to harvest grains and cut weeds, driven by people, driven by gear wheels to cut grass, which is the prototype of a mower.

In 1830, the British textile engineer Bill-Pudding obtained a patent for a roller mower and received accolades.

In 1832, Lancems began mass production of drum mowers.

In 1831, British textile master Kabylia made the world's exclusive patent for the lawn mower. In 1833, Lancems began mass production of drum-type lawn mowers.

19th century this lightweight and well-controlled roller mower is widely used in the roadside green belt of traffic road.

In 1902, the British City of London made a drum-type lawn mower powered by an internal combustion engine, and its principle continues to this day.

What we see on American country TV is this kind of lawn mower, which can easily be used to trim lawns. With the rapid rise of the lawn industry, China began to use a power-bearing reciprocating mower in 21st century. At the end of 19th century, it was very exhausting to protect a lawn. For example, in Blenheim (a village in western Germany Bavaria), if you hire 200 workers, 50 of them are lawn-care. In the season when the pasture is soaring, you need to cut grass once every 10 days. The lawn mower holds a very long tool (sickle: the blade is jagged and needs to be sharpened to keep it sharp) in a row to cut the grass (it actually works more like a saw in the grass). When the work is done, the lawn is covered with blades of grass, and then the grass is picked up on the ground to feed the cattle and sheep on the farm, saving time and reducing the damage to the grassland. By the parallel four-pole lifting device, rack, left and right single-wing weeding device, machine adjustment device.

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