Learn To Scythe

Learn To Scythe Learn to Scythe is a brand new practical manual taking you step by step through all the skills to use and maintain an Austrian scythe for cutting grass and other vegetation to manage your land While t

  • Title: Learn To Scythe
  • Author: Steve Tomlin
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • Learn to Scythe is a brand new practical manual taking you step by step through all the skills to use and maintain an Austrian scythe for cutting grass and other vegetation to manage your land.While the best way to learn to scythe is to attend a scythe courses where you can be shown how to set up the scythe and mow in person, I realise that this isn t always possible BaseLearn to Scythe is a brand new practical manual taking you step by step through all the skills to use and maintain an Austrian scythe for cutting grass and other vegetation to manage your land.While the best way to learn to scythe is to attend a scythe courses where you can be shown how to set up the scythe and mow in person, I realise that this isn t always possible Based on my popular Learn to Scythe courses and over 10 years experience of scything and teaching, this book will give you the confidence to start scything and act as a valuable reference for the future.Contents Introducing the scytheMowing wordsChoice of bladeSetting up your scytheErgonomic mowingHoning the edgePeening Continental scythe bladesOrganising your mowingScythe safetyLooking after your scythe

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  • It turns out that a scythe, held by the snath, turns the sward into a swath, and leaves a windrow behind. Now I know what this means!I haven't seen a scythe for some 25 years or more, and so I wasn't up to date on the newest scythe tech developments. For example, the two grub screws that are used to fasten the blade to the snath (the handle), instead of hammering in a wooden edge, like my grandpa did.The most valuable part of the book for me was the tuning of the scythe geometry, to make sure th [...]


  • A fantastic book for those learning to scythe or like me, someone who is teaching volunteers to scythe.It's well structured, clearly written with useful diagrams and photos.Nothing else quite compares to going on a scything course but this will give you a good start if you can't. A must read for those starting out and a great refresher for those who are more experienced.


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