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Aerate Lawns By Hand

How to Aerate a Lawn By Hand

Manual Lawn Aerating Aerating involves piercing numerous holes into the lawn soil a few inches from each other. These holes are beneficial to a lawn because they allow for increased air flow in the soil, better water penetration, improved root…

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Can You Use a Leaf Blower to Blow Snow?

  • November 29, 2018
  • Lawn

Image: Graham Rendoth via Flickr It is not uncommon to hear the roar of the leaf blower from spring to fall across America. However, after about the first frost, the leaf blower is commonly tucked away and rarely thought of…

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Lime On Grass

What Does Lime Do for Grass?

You may have seen bags of lime stacked next to your favorite fertilizer at your local garden center and wondered if this is something you should be using on your lawn. While lime tends be relatively inexpensive, it is not…

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How To Mow Wet Leaves

Can You Mow Wet Leaves?

While fall brings the beauty of leaves changing colors, it also brings the hassle of having to clean up those leaves after they fall from the trees. During the fall, the weather is notorious for being unpredictable in many areas.…

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Roundup Grass Killer

Does Roundup Kill Grass?

Q: Does Roundup kill grass? A: Yes, Roundup (as pictured above) is an effective way to kill both grass and weeds down to the root. It is commonly used to kill an existing lawn so that it can be seeded or sodded…

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When To Aerate A Lawn

The Best Time to Aerate Your Lawn

Lawn aeration is usually done by using a specialized aeration machine, which digs cores out of the lawn to leave numerous holes in the grass soil. If you are not familiar with lawn care, this may sound like it is…

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