Lawn Sprinklers Guide

Lawn sprinklers are no longer just devices for watering your grass and garden. There are so many types of beautiful sprinklers

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Lawn Sweepers Guide

If you have a medium to large-size yard dotted with deciduous trees, a lawn sweeper will make your life easier

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Mulching Mowers Guide

A mulching mower is designed to chop grass clippings into small pieces and distribute them evenly over the lawn, where

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Rotary Mowers

This versatile mower allows you to cut almost anything within reason, including wet grass and weeds several feet tall (a

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Spreaders

Spreaders can do more than just apply fertilizer—they can spread seeds, granular pesticides, ice melters, mulch, gypsum, and more. There

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Trimmers and Edgers

Trimming means cutting horizontally. It usually is done around trees, fences, and other obstructions to prevent a ridge of long

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Mower Safety

Spring is right around the corner, which means that very soon we will be out mowing the lawn and enjoying

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Choosing a Lawn Mower

Unlike buying a car, you can’t test-drive a lawn mower before deciding to purchase it. However, there are similarities to

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Top Dressing a Lawn

Top dressing a lawn simply means adding organic material to the surface of the turf. This material is usually a

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Mowing A New Lawn

Newly planted lawns are more delicate than established ones, and you need to be more careful when mowing them. The

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Lawn Mowing Tips

Proper mowing can mean the difference between a so-so lawn and a great one. There are a few simple decisions

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Grass Seed Types

Grass seed is sold in two types of assortments: mixtures and straight species. Choose the type depending on what you

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How to Grade Your Lawn

What you’ll need survey stakes string string level yardstick rake rototiller shovel coarse washed gravel drain tile landscape fabric step

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Planting Sod

Sod is turf that is grown commercially, cut into strips, and lifted intact along with a thin layer of soil

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Seed vs. Sod

So, you need a new lawn. This year you’ve decided to start over with new grass, or you’ve recently built

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Summer Lawn Diseases

All living things are susceptible to diseases, and lawns are no different. This spring, the cool, wet weather that affected

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Winter Lawn Care

At this time of year, most outdoor activities are limited to putting up Christmas lights and shoveling snow. Rarely do

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