articulating hedge trimmer vs. brushcutter
i have a couple of acres that require periodic clearing of goldenrod and other invasive plants. i have a giant vac field and brush mower that does a great rough cut, but i always have to follow up with a trimmer/brush cutter in the hard to reach places, as well as where the land is too uneven to run the brush hog.
a string trimmer even with a .105 line can be tiresome, replacing line periodically, and i dont like using the brush saw blade on the trimmer, as it seems it doesn't do a good job on the tall grass.
would anyone recommend using an articulating hedge trimmer, such as the echo pas attachment instead? it seems like it would work well for tall weeds and grass, and little saplings that are no thicker than a hedge, much like a sickle bar on a tractor.
thanks in advance