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Can I Hydroseed My Own Lawn?

Hydroseeding, also known as hydro mulching or hydraulic mulch seeding, involves spraying a "slurry" over the soil to promote grass growth and avoid soil erosion. The slurry contains grass seed, water, fertilizer, mulch, and biostimulants. The fertilizer promotes grass growth,…


Do String Trimmers Need Oil?

String trimmers, often known as weed trimmers, come in handy when it comes to maintaining your outside areas. A properly maintained trimmer may readily cut weeds and grass as needed, as well as edge paths, for a tidy appearance. If…

brush cutters

How to Use a Brushcutter Safely

Brushcutters are an effective tool for cutting long grass, weeds, and small bushes. While they are great machines, there is a risk of harm when using them. Therefore, you should be ultra-cautious when operating them and ensure that you are…


When to Start Cutting Grass After Winter

Choosing the appropriate time to begin mowing the grass after winter is crucial for a thriving, lush green garden in the summer. While this is the case, you should note that if done incorrectly, it may damage grass growth. Given…


Should Lawn Mower Blades Be Razor-Sharp?

Due to the impact the blade's condition has on the cut quality and health of your lawn, not to mention the longevity of your mower, you may want to keep your lawn mower blades as sharp as possible. The big…


Are Lawn Mower Blades Worth Sharpening?

Dull mower blades rip grass, resulting in ragged ends or failing to cut it entirely. This causes your grass to be uneven, with white or brown tips that are susceptible to disease. You don’t want this to happen, do you?…


How Do I Get Rid of Snow Mold in My Lawn?

Snow mold is a fungal disease that develops in lawns that are constantly wet and moist over extended periods of time. As the name says, it most commonly occurs after the winter as the snow melts in your yard. Under…

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How Close to Cut Grass Before Winter?

As a homeowner, you know that you shouldn’t mow your grass before winter the same way you did it during summer.  As a rule of thumb, you shouldn’t cut your grass too short for the winter. The last few cuts…

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