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A brushcutter is a powered garden or agricultural tool used to trim weeds, small trees, and other foliage not accessible by a lawnmower or rotary mower. Various blades or trimmer heads can be attached to the machine for specific applications. Handles vary on brush cutters depending on weight and size of the unit. Larger, more powerful saws employ bike handles, and smaller units use a D-shaped handle mounted on the shaft. Heavier saws usually require harnesses for safety and reduced fatigue. The shaft on units requiring a harness has multiple slots for the harness to attach for a balance of the entire unit. Cutting heads include circular saw blades, brush knives, grass blades, etc. Most brush cutters also allow other heads to be fitted, including bump feed and fixed line heads such as those used on line trimmers or modified saw blades such as a beaver blade which resembles a chainsaw. Plastic or metal flails can be used for cutting stems too large for a line head but not requiring a blade.