How Often Do Husqvarna Automowers® Mow?
One of the many advantages of robotic lawn mowers is their ability to mow frequently. Traditional mowing might mean cutting your grass every week, which can put stress on the lawn and lead to uneven growth. Robotic mowers, on the other hand, can be set to mow as often as necessary. The frequency can vary depending on factors like the growth rate of your grass, weather conditions, and your personal preferences. After your mower has cut for an extended amount of time, it will return to its charging pad automatically and take a break to charge the battery for the next mow.
Typically, the Automower® will mow your grass everyday. The robot leaves its station and drives to an area it knows needs to be cut. It then begins mowing in its grid pattern. Since such a small amount of grass is being trimmed off the top, your robotic lawn mower will cut grass even in the rainy weather.
If you have an event or the kids are out playing in the yard, the Husqvarna Automower® also features a manual start and stop option. Simply open your app and tell the mower to stop mowing. It will then return back to its docking station.
Frequent mowing has several benefits:
- It promotes a healthier, thicker lawn.
- Grass clippings are finely mulched and returned to the soil, providing natural fertilization.
- The lawn appears well-manicured at all times.