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  • Husqvarna Ride-on Mowers
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    Things to consider when buying a ride on mower

    A freshly mowed lawn indicates that you take pride in your property. Therefore, it also makes sense to take pride in your garden equipment. Whether you’re a commercial landscaper or simply a land owner, riding grass mowers can be highly beneficial to keep your garden looking tidy. However, with zero turn mowers, front mowers, riders and lawn tractors on the market, which machine should you invest in?

  • Battery pack
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    Get more done with the Husqvarna Battery Series

    Gone are the days of disturbing the surroundings with your work. The machines in the Husqvarna Battery Series open up a whole new world of possibilities for you to get the work done – outdoors and in.

  • Brushcutter off set post
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    Husqvarna’s trimmers and brushcutters – designed to better your business

    Reduce the weight and increase the efficiency. That’s on the top of our list when we at Husqvarna develop new features for our trimmers and brushcutters. Here’s a closer look at what we’ve invented to make your business better.

  • Automower 320
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    What to consider when buying a robotic mower

    What if you could have a perfectly cut lawn, come rain or shine? Here are a few things to keep in mind before you buy the best robotic mower for your garden.

  • Bruschutter 543 RS. Robust
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    What to consider when buying a brushcutter

    Do you need a new cutter to clear a larger area, high grass, undergrowth, or cut brushes and small trees? Here are a few things to keep in mind before you buy a brushcutter.

  • Hedge Trimmer 226HD60S
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    Things to consider when buying a hedge trimmer

    When you choose a hedge trimmer, consider what sort of job you will use it for. Will you be trimming high, low or long hedges? Will you be shaping the hedge? There are three major types of hedge trimmers: double-sided, single-sided and pole hedge trimmers. Select the type that fits your gardening needs the best.