Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 13:36:12 PM. Garden. By Bernardine Regine.
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There are two different rakes you should own for lawn care purposes. The first is a leaf rake. This rake is typically large and made of plastic, which makes moving all those falling leaves into a pile for your composting needs much easier. It's often pretty flexible, too. The second is a lawn rake, and it's typically the sturdier of the two. This rake is used to pull up the dead grass, moss, and weeds in your yard. These dead materials block moisture and light while creating a perfect environment for more weeds and moss to grow. Getting rid of them will make your yard look nicer and help your lawn thrive. Just avoid raking your lawn when it’s frosty or really cold out, as you can easily damage healthy blades of grass during those times.
The most essential piece of equipment you'll need to maintain your lawn is a lawn mower. You can opt for an old-fashioned mower with rotating blades or splurge on a riding mower. Ultimately, your choice of mower is personal and should fit your specific needs. For instance, you probably won’t need a riding mower for a small postage stamp of a yard, or you may want to entertain the thought of getting a mower that can mulch leaves if there are a lot of trees in the area. No matter what kind of mower you get, you'll need to remember to keep its blades sharp at all times.
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