What is a Scarifier?

A lawn scarifier is a piece of lawn and garden equipment designed to remove thatch, moss and other debris from a lawn. While most people haven’t heard of a lawn scarifier in the U.S., lawn scarifiers are better known in other parts of the world, such as the UK. Lawn scarifiers operate in a similar…

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How To Use A Zero Turn Mower

One of the most popular ways of doing landscaping in the 21st Century is with a Zero Turn Mower. These mowers are bigger, stronger, and more efficient than a standard lawn mower. Also known as zero turn radius, these mowers are very agile and decreases the total amount of time while working which is a…

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Lawn Sweepers

A leaf or lawn sweeper is one of the best pieces of garden equipment you can invest in to help achieve a beautiful lawn. It keeps your yard from getting buried under last season’s fallen debris or summer’s grass trimmings. Keeping your lawn’s appearance manicured and professionally maintained is effortless with the help of lawn…

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Lawn Care Tips

Mowers, edgers, leaf-blowers. Sod, plug, aerate, de-thatch. Irrigate, seed, fertilize, weed. Phew! Makes my head spin just thinking about the stuff you’re supposed to do to maintain a lawn, at least according to certain yard-care experts. If you follow the recommendations of lawn-care service companies, you can spend hundreds of dollars each year on your…

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N-P-K ratio

Best Lawn Fertilizer (N-P-K Ratings Explained) Have you ever wondered how that annoying neighbor, (you know, the one with the picture perfect house & yard), manages to get such a brilliant green hue to his lawn? You know the one that stands out from the rest of the neighborhoods yards with no clover or dandelions,…

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How to Get Rid of Clover in Lawns

While finding a four leafed clover might bring you the luck of the Irish, large patches of clover in your lawn could be considered an eyesore, especially if they’re messing with your landscaping ideas for your front yard.  Clover can also attract bees to pollinate it, and if you have kids running around barefoot, they…

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How to Kill Dandelions

How to Kill Dandelions Without Killing Grass Dandelions are one of the toughest weeds to control. Even just a few of them can destroy an otherwise green and vibrant lawn. But don’t reach for the Roundup or other herbicides just yet. Spraying many weed killers on your lawn can leave you at risk of killing…

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Weed Eater Maintenance

A good maintenance regimen will help keep even the best weed eater free of rust, dirt and grass clippings. It’s no fun executing repairs, especially after a strenuous afternoon cutting and clearing your garden. Constant breakdowns and other malfunctions can take the joy out of yard work. Regular performance checks and cleaning will help extend…

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Best Pole Saw

Today I am going to guide you with details information on how to find the best pole pruner fitted for your purposes. Pole saw is very useful when you want to prune the branches of a tree from a long distance. Trimming unwanted parts of a tree is must to grow up a healthy and…

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How to Aerate a Lawn Yourself?

The process of aerating a lawn is done only occasionally but can be vital for the long term health of a lawn. A special tool called a lawn aerator is used to remove a small plug of soil from the ground, allowing water, nutrients and oxygen to penetrate deeply. Aeration is needed when a lawn…

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