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View Alain G » 05/07/13, 15:39

Forhorse wrote:try to prune laurel with your thing, and we talk again


Hi Forhorse!

This contraption is designed for coniferous hedges and small branches and I assure you that it works well while collecting the residue well!
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View oli 80 » 05/07/13, 19:08

Good evening, I saw this device while teleshopping so I looked on the net to see and I came across the video of "the inventor"
I had thought of it well for the system of crushing and recovery in a tank
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View Alain G » 06/07/13, 18:04

oli 80 wrote:Good evening, I saw this device while teleshopping so I looked on the net to see and I came across the video of "the inventor"
I had thought of it well for the system of crushing and recovery in a tank


Hello Oli!

In fact it is not a shredder because it only cuts into small pieces and that is why we use it to cut the yew without damaging it too much!

Yew is harvested to fight cancer because it contains a substance

Medicine

The glucosides extracted from the yew are used in oncology to treat certain cancers but with great care because they are very irritating.

The tree was revered by the Celts. The leaves were cooked to extract poison. The Greek doctor Dioscorides, surgeon in the armies of Nero, was even afraid of being poisoned while sleeping under his leaves.
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View oli 80 » 06/07/13, 21:03

Good evening, here is another smaller model
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oea5jqqnN_w
and indeed the twigs and leaves are cut very thin
and not ground

and as said each tool or apparatus has a utility, here no more need to go to the recycling center to throw its hedge residues, they can be reused, in a certain way this hedge trimmer is an ecological alternative to the recycling of this green waste
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View chatelot16 » 06/07/13, 21:33

if good against cancer? as effective as the guillotine remedy
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View Remundo » 07/07/13, 09:45

I think that each aircraft has "its flight envelope"

This hedge trimmer seems to be very well suited for finishing. A first classic hedge trimmer cuts the thick, but is not always fine. This one is best suited for ultimate alignments.

By cons in a coarse hedge, I think it will not work. But in a tender and well-maintained hedge, there will no longer be any need for hedge trimmers with large oscillating blades.
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View Did67 » 07/07/13, 12:03

chatelot16 wrote:if good against cancer? as effective as the guillotine remedy


Yep, guys !!!!! Indeed, chatleot is right.

The yew is toxic to the common man, horses, donkeys ...

An anticancer drug used in chemotherapy, taxol (the Latin name for yew is Taxus) is extracted from the yew. It is therefore, like any "anticancer" used in chemotherapy, a poison used at the limit dose such that cancer cells, which reproduce very quickly and in an anarchic manner, die and other cells do not .. not die too much, not too quickly, finally we make sure that the patient survives.

So the fact of extracting the yew from taxol, a powerful anticancer drug, is not to be understood as "it is good against cancer" (as can be garlic, or green tea) ...

[I think that if taxol was originally discovered in Taxus, if so, it is probably synthesized today; but I don't know ...]

So do not consume yew!

I would not put it in the compost either, nor lethuya (which is an inhibitor of biological activities and will therefore "slow down" composting ...).
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View roy1361 » 07/07/13, 19:17

Remundo wrote:This hedge trimmer seems to be very well suited for finishing. A first classic hedge trimmer cuts the thick, but is not always fine. This one is best suited for ultimate alignments.


And what is the difference in weight between a conventional hedge trimmer and the one that is the subject of this discussion?
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View Alain G » 08/07/13, 02:45

roy1361 wrote:
Remundo wrote:This hedge trimmer seems to be very well suited for finishing. A first classic hedge trimmer cuts the thick, but is not always fine. This one is best suited for ultimate alignments.


And what is the difference in weight between a conventional hedge trimmer and the one that is the subject of this discussion?



I would say double the weight but as it is handled differently it does not seem so bad except when the container is full.
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View chatelot16 » 08/07/13, 12:50

not to speak in a vacuum, which has a link to a seller of this device, to see the price and power

note, this device with a propeller that rotates quickly will consume almost its nominal power even when it does not cut anything, to make wind

whereas a conventional hedge trimmer consumes a power much lower than its nominal power ... the power of the engine being used only to pass the largest branch
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