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1. Stresses applied by the physical action of objects that transmit force onto a surface, such as the feet of players on a playing field.<br><br>http://www.deere.com/en_US/ProductCatalog/GC/media/images/category/action/large/cwb/7h17_122515<br><br>Walk behind mowing units such as this help to alleviate mechanical stress to turf.
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1. Stresses applied by the physical action of objects that transmit force onto a surface, such as the feet of players on a playing field.<br><br>
 
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http://www.deere.com/en_US/ProductCatalog/GC/media/images/series/cwb/hd/HD75_113824_2col.jpg<br><br>
Source:http://www.deere.com/en_US/ProductCatalog/GC/category/printableversion/GC_CWBM_printableVersion.html
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Walk behind mowing units such as this help to alleviate mechanical stress to turf.<br>
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Source: http://www.deere.com/en_US/ProductCatalog/GC/series/GC_cwbm_hd_series.html<br><br>

Latest revision as of 21:15, 21 October 2007

1. Stresses applied by the physical action of objects that transmit force onto a surface, such as the feet of players on a playing field.

HD75_113824_2col.jpg

Walk behind mowing units such as this help to alleviate mechanical stress to turf.
Source: http://www.deere.com/en_US/ProductCatalog/GC/series/GC_cwbm_hd_series.html