Get Those Leaves Off of Your Lawn; Here’s How to Do Easy Leaf Removal This Fall

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As fall continues on, the leaves from your trees, and possibly your neighbor’s, will start to pile up on your yard. Is it worth cleaning them up? Yes! You don’t want leaves to stay on your lawn all winter long creating the potential for disease and other lawn care problems. Fall Leaf Clean-Up Means a […]

Fall is the Time to Core Aerate & Overseed

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Aeration and Cool Season Grasses If you have a yard full of cool-season grass, and you’re wondering when to aerate your lawn, early fall is your time! The days are getting shorter and fall is in the air, which makes for a great time to aerate and overseed in many parts of the country. The […]

Do You Want a Healthy Lawn? Then Dethatch It

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Get one step closer to beautiful turf– Give your lawn a good dethatching to keep your yard grass free of disease and insects, and to promote healthy soil! If you live in the colder regions of the U.S., fall is the time to dethatch your cool season grass. Cool season grasses consist of Kentucky blue, fescues, […]

That’s right – Say it and Spray it!

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I’ve not ever had a spray tan, don’t particularly want one either, but some people love them. Maybe you know a neighbor who’s had one or read rumors about a President who’s recently had to cut back because they were tired of citrus jokes. Regardless of who it is, though, the process is the same: […]

Plugs, they’re not just for receding hairlines

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Is your grass thinning? Are there bald patches in your lawn where it used to be full and lush? If you answered “Yes” to these questions it may be time to consider plugs. Fortunately we aren’t so far off our rockers to suggest grafting individual blades of grass from your backyard to your front lawn. […]

Annual Lawn Equipment Maintenance Checklist: Get Ready for Spring

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Warm weather is on the way! Time to knock the dust off the lawn equipment that’s been sitting in storage waiting for the seasons to change. Hopefully everything was stored properly in the fall, otherwise we might have a chore on our hands. To help simplify the maintenance process a little bit, we’ve developed a […]

Perfect for Spring The Brinly 25 Gallon Tow-behind Lawn Sprayer

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Applying liquid lawn fertilizer, herbicides, pesticides and more becomes infinitely easier and much more consistent using a Brinly Sprayer. The tank, tubing, valves, powder-coated steel frame and other components are built to withstand the corrosive properties of lawn and garden chemicals for lasting durability. The ST-25BH sprayer designed to be supremely versatile. Applying liquids to […]

Icemaster: 2-Step DIY Snow and Ice Removal

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He’s coming. There’s no stopping him. Every year, like clockwork, Jack Frost arrives just in time for the holiday season. His aim? To cover your walkways in a wintery mix of ice, slush, and snow. He wants Grandma to slip and fall, but you’ll be there to stop him…won’t you? This two-phase do-it-yourself snow and […]

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