Why Do I Need to Use a Lawn Dethatcher? Thatch is made of up old grass clippings, dead roots, leaves and other small organic debris. It builds up in layers underneath your lawn, on top of the soil. A good lawn dethatcher will clear this layer away allowing water, nutrients, and air to reach the… Continue reading How to Use a Lawn Dethatcher
Lawn rolling is an intermediate-level landscaping technique that can help create a smoother, greener lawn. The premise is simple enough, a rounded weight that flattens the soil it passes over. But to utilize it effectively, it must be applied at the right times, in the right way, with the right frequency. Read on to learn… Continue reading Lawn Rolling Fundamentals
The professional-grade Spyker Electric Spreader is ideal for spreading seed, fertilizer, ice melt, or salt. This electric broadcast spreader features a 12-volt DC motor housed between corrosion-resistant stainless steel tubing.
As New Englanders prepared for winter storm Nemo, one company in Jeffersonville, Indiana was preparing to supply some of the snowplows needed to clear the streets. Brinly-Hardy Company, who manufactures the POWERtach™ hydraulic plow for John Deere, is keeping a close eye on the aftermath of the storm that dumped over 40 inches of snow… Continue reading Rough Winter Conditions No Match for Small Indiana Town
Dethatching your lawn the easy way Lawn thatch is a layer of grass clippings, dead leaves, and other organic material that builds up underneath your lawn, just above the topsoil. A small amount is essential and protects the roots of the grass, but having too much prevents air, water and nutrients from reaching them. This… Continue reading Dethatching your lawn: 3 Simple Steps
Get rid of leaves and lawn debris without raking Allowing fallen leaves and other lawn debris to lie on your lawn not only damages grass and impedes growth, but it also causes thatch to build up and can cause bare spots in your lawn.