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This is our second-last post before we wrap things up in the season, so we here at Mower Source are going to offer up some valuable tips for getting your lawn and yard ready for the fall and winter. In this post, we’ll be taking a look at what you can do to prep your home for the fall, and next week we’ll jump ahead a few months and tackle winter.
Like it or not, we’re just about at the end of the lawn season. And if you’ve been a reader of Mower Source‘s blog, then you know we’re about to roll out some lawn care tips to get it ready for hibernation.
When it comes to lawn mower maintenance, it’s a pretty easy job. You probably won’t have to do anything 90% of the time, as lawn mowers are pretty simple machines and can exist happily fairly independently. But Mower Source has discovered there are some areas you should never ignore, so read on.
Maintaining a gorgeous lawn over the full course of a year is tough work, so Mower Source likes to come up with quick and easy ways around that. Keep this handy cheatsheet with you all the time because it’s a great way to spruce things up in just one day.
Over the last two weeks, Mower Source took a look at some of the most common lawn pests you can encounter in your beautifully-kept yard. And now, in the last part of this three-part series, we’ll cover the last bastion of invaders you might encounter in your grass. Pull on your gardening gloves and whip out that can of bug-be-gone — we’re going to get rid of the last of them.
Last week, we did a brief run-through of some of the most common lawn pests and bugs that can destroy your yard. Mower Source looked at chinches, grubs, ants and moles, and this week, we’ll explore other little critters that can wreak havoc with your hard work.
Nobody likes the sight of their beautiful lawn destroyed by lawn pests. But with help from Mower Source, you can get your grass back to looking lush, healthy and green.
Hands up if the thought of sitting down while mowing the lawn sounds like an awesome idea. Well, Mower Source has put together a handy guide that’ll tell you if you should be shopping for one right now.
Although it may seem like a simple outdoor job, mowing the lawn causes thousands of injuries each year. We folks at Mower Source don’t want you to be part of the statistics, so we’ve compiled the most common injuries when cutting the grass — and how to avoid them.
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