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  1. New Years Day is Here, Make Great Resolutions

    New Years Day is Here, Make Great Resolutions

    Another New Years Day is upon us. It is a time of reflection and resolve. We have put together some of what we feel are great resolutions for 2019. Get outside-patio, camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, boating We live in a fantastic time where the world is literally at our fingertips. We can experience anything without having to leave the couch...

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  2. Winterizing a Push Lawn Mower

    Winterizing a Push Lawn Mower

    If you haven't done this yet, the time is now! Failing to properly winterize your lawn mower can result in hundreds of dollars worth of repairs next season. So if you've been dragging your feet, you'd better get moving. Even if you're storing your lawn mower in a garage, shed or basement, you need to winterize it. Don't worry, though -- winterizing...

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  3. DIY Leaf Removal

    DIY Leaf Removal

    DIY Leaf Removal Tips Removing fall leaves can be a daunting task, especially if you've got a large yard. Even if you have a small yard or live in a subdivision, it can still be quite the chore. Many people opt to hire a service for leaf removal. While this may be easier on your back, it's harder on your...

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  4. How to Start a Compost Pile

    How to Start a Compost Pile

    Do You Compost? Why You Should Consider Starting A Compost Pile At Home Creating your own compost pile is a great way to add nutrients and helpful microorganisms to your soil, save money, and recycle waste. Composting is a great way to substitute fertilizer use, which is good not only for the environment but also for your wallet. September and...

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  5. Fall Lawn Care for Southern States

    Fall Lawn Care for Southern States

    Fall Lawn Care Tips For Southern States We already posted an article about preparing lawns in Northern climates for fall, but that doesn't really help out folks in Southern states like Arizona and Nevada. Lawns in states like Idaho and northern Utah consist mainly of Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, etc. while Nevada and Arizona mainly use...

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  6. Preparing Your Lawn for Fall

    Preparing Your Lawn for Fall

    How To Prepare Your Lawn For Fall The key to having a healthy, green summer lawn is to start prepping it in the fall. There are several things you should do as the summer winds down to prepare your soil and lawn for Fall. Caring for your lawn properly in the cooler autumn months can prevent weed growth and help you...

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