Corded, with a stubby 18" cord.
Magnolia leaves are leathery like rhododendron leaves, correct? I think it would struggle. It seems to be designed for leaves from deciduous trees like oaks.
Now I found that you have to put in small amounts of pine needles along with the leafs. Mine done very well. When I raked up the horse "muffins" there was a lot of pine needles in the mix. I could only put a small double handfuls at a time. but it done very well. Just listen to the motor and don't let it bog down.
Yes, unless they're very, very small. And wear eye protection; this can fling small debris out of the top.
Nylon cutting strins are available at a majority of garden supply stores.
Ampere is adequate even with a 100ft 14 ga extension cord.
This unit is not designed to chip small branches. Please read instructions before attempting.
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Nylon string used with this unit will not shred vines and vine like material.
Nope, it self destructs!