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    Revive your Lawn with a Core Aerator

    by  • November 16, 2012 • Lawn Aeration Tips • 0 Comments

    Spend less Money and get better Results with a Core Aerator If you’ve been trying to figure out how to get your lawn looking lush and green, but haven’t wanted to shell out tons of money to a landscaper, then the answer could be getting your hands on a core aerator. Core aeration done...

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    Lawn Aerator Rental

    by  • November 9, 2012 • Aerator Rental • 0 Comments

    Are you looking for a Lawn Aerator Rental? From my experience aerating over 7,000 yards, I know aerator rentals are almost indestructible, but if you hit a tree root, the machine could jump up six inches and hit you in the chin so you need to be careful. Unless you are reckless or extremely...

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    Clover Seeds For Your Lawn, Garden or Farm?

    by  • November 6, 2012 • Clover Seed • 0 Comments

    The clover seed is one of the most beneficial plants in the world!  Surprisingly,  most people don’t know much about it. Clover can help your lawn by creating nitrogen naturally.  It can also be used in crop rotation. In addition many varieties of clover seeds turn into very beautiful plants and grown in and...

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    Why Use a Dethatcher and How to Dethatch

    by  • November 2, 2012 • Dethatcher • 2 Comments

    What is Thatch? You can improve your lawn very quickly by pulling out the thatch. You will often be amazed by how much of it you can get out of your lawn! Thatch is a naturally occurring layer of interconnected dead and living stems, leaves, grass clippings, surface roots found between growing grass and the...

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    What is a Power Rake & Why Would You Need One?

    by  • September 18, 2012 • Power Rakes • 3 Comments

    A power rake, also called a dethatcher, is similar to gas-powered lawn mowers, but instead of a horizontal blade, it has hundreds vertically spinning tines or blades that beat into the ground to remove thatch. Organic materials such as leaves, grass clippings and roots that collect on top of the dirt beneath the grass becomes...

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    How do Spike Aerators Work?

    by  • September 9, 2012 • Aerating Tools, Hand Aerator • 0 Comments

    Spike aerators work by punching holes or spikes into the lawn. This allows air and water to have direct access to the root system. Overtime, this kind of lawn aeration can help a great deal. Advantages of Spike Aerators vs other type of Aerators is that they are affordable, convenient to store, and simple...

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    How to Aerate Lawn?

    by  • April 11, 2012 • Lawn Aeration Tips • 0 Comments

    I love to aerate lawns.  I know from experience, how you aerate your lawn is very important. The best way to aerate lawn is by using a core aerator. You can use a hand coring aerator or a mechanical one. If you use a hand aerator, push it into the ground using your foot....

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    7 Lawn Aeration Tips

    by  • April 7, 2012 • Lawn Aeration Tips • 5 Comments

    Lawn aeration is essential if you want to have a green, healthy lawn. Over the years, a lot of people have asked me what they need to do before they aerate and how aerating benefits their lawn. This article answers both of these questions. 7 Tips for Aerating a Lawn 1. Mark where you...

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    How Much Does it Cost to Seed a Lawn?

    by  • April 5, 2012 • Seed a Lawn • 0 Comments

    If you are planning to seed a lawn, you probably are wondering how much is it going to cost you. Well, the cost can vary depending on which method you use to over seed your lawn. Most experts recommend that you seed your lawn at least once every four years. It will help to...

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