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  • January 11, 2023

    Burweed Control

    Burweed Burweed (Image 1), also known as Lawn Burweed, Spurweed and Stickerweed, is a flat growing, frilly, broadleaf weed. It is almost pretty, forming thick green mats in spring. The bur that forms in the summer as it dries out is what becomes the problem (Images 3, 4, 5). Burweed is a...

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  • January 3, 2023

    Wild Onions / Wild Garlic

    Wild onion and wild garlic are cool-season perennial broadleaf weeds. Both have slender, smooth leaves that produce a strong odor. Wild garlic has hollow stems, while wild onions are not hollow and tend to be more flat.Both emerge early in the...

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  • April 1, 2022

    Non-Ionic Surfactants - Spreader Sticker

    Spreader Sticker Non-Ionic SurfactantHi-Yield® Spreader Sticker makes almost all chemicals more effective by breaking down the  surface tension of water. This breakdown causes water to disperse, giving complete and total coverage on surfaces. Hi-Yield® Spreader Sticker helps water to resist the...

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  • February 27, 2022

    Copperhead 6 Pack Lawn Mower Blades

    The Rotary Copperhead 6 Pack

    Tested for uniform hardness and heavy-duty performance, Rotary’s Copperhead blades exceed all OEM standards for operation and are ISO certified for quality, durability and superior craftsmanship. Made exclusively in the USA with premium grade American steel, Rotary blades are precision-formed, strengthened and sharpene

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  • February 2, 2022

    Tomato Care

    PLANTING After planting your tomato plant, make your first application of Hi-Yield® Calcium Nitrate. Apply your first application of ferti•lome® Blooming & Rooting, repeat applications 2 more times 3 to 4 days apart. Apply Hi-Yield® Vegetable & Ornamental Insect Control...

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  • January 11, 2022

    Aphids In the Landscape

    Aphids are small pear-shaped insects (Image 1) that can be found in many colors such as green, yellow, red, gray and black (Images 2,3,4). They feed by sucking sap from buds, leaves, twigs and developing fruit, often in dense groups...

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  • December 1, 2021

    New Springs added for 2022

      Item #14102 Extension Spring replaces Exmark 103-7398. Fits Metro HP and Turf Tracer machines. Item #14105 Extension Spring for deck drive replaces Husqvarna 532196105. Fits models LT2227A2, LT2323A2, PB22H48YT, PB22H54YT, PB24H48YT, PB24H54YT, PBGT22H48, SOGT22H48 and more. Item #14030 Extension...

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  • November 24, 2021

    Chain Saw Chain - Types and Uses

    The fundamental difference in these types of cutters are a rounded corner on the semi chisel and a square corner on the full chisel. The rounded corner provides a slightly smoother less aggressive cut while the square corner is all...

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  • November 10, 2021

    Chainsaw Chain - How to Measure Pitch

    The pitch of the chain is the distance between the drive links. To determine the pitch you simply measure the distance from one rivet on the drive link to the same rivet on the adjacent drive link. As shown below (fig.a) you measure the...

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