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Does the Ryobi electric mower mulch?

Dennis WaldenSep 13, 2021

A: Yes, the mower includes a mulching plug to set the mower to mulching mode.

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Keeping this in consideration, how do you attach a Ryobi mulch plug?

One may also ask, how do you remove a mulch plug from a Ryobi lawn mower?

In this regard, what is the mulching plug for?

The Mulching Plug is used to block the grass clippings exit channel. This allows for freshly cut grass to be cut into smaller pieces and deposited in the lawn as fertilizer.

Is mulching better than side discharge?

No. Both side-discharge and mulching mowers leave grass blades behind. However, a mulching blade chops up clippings into finer pieces so they decompose faster and don't clump as quickly. Using a side-discharge mower you may need to do your own mulching by running over your grass piles multiple times.

How do you mulch an electric lawn mower?

First, insert the mulch plug in the mower and close the side-discharge port. Then mow as you would normally and make a second pass at a right angle to the first to thoroughly mulch the clippings back into the grass. Or bag your clippings. This works well when the grass is of normal height and the leaves are dry.

How long does the RYOBI lawn mower battery last?

In addition to being compatible with other RYOBI machines, this mower's lithium-ion battery lasts up to 40 minutes on a full charge. If your lawn is well-maintained, this gives you plenty of time to mow your yard before you need to recharge the battery. The mower can house up to two batteries.

How do I change the battery in my RYOBI lawn mower?

How do you install a mulch plug?

To install the mulch plug, lift the discharge chute up. Insert the mulch plug into the deck discharge chute opening by fitting the bolt on the rear side of the mulch plug into the hole in the deck. Pivot the mulch plug into place.

How do you mulch a Ryobi lawn mower?

How do you mulch a lawn mower?

How do mulching lawn mowers work?

In the case of mulching lawn mowers, the mulch consists of grass clippings from the mowed turfgrass. The clippings are cut into fine pieces that fall easily to the soil surface. There, they can be rapidly broken down by soil microorganisms, which release nutrients from the mulched plant material back into the soil.
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Dennis Walden

Dennis owns a small farm and loves to grill since his early childhood. He’s a professional cook, but hiking and enjoying the great outdoors is his no less favorite part of life.

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