Vary the pattern you mow in, from week to week, to avoid grass growing in a lean.
Bagging is the easy way to clean up your yard. Why? Bagging systems are like an outdoor vacuum cleaner and your lawn is like your outdoor carpet. When bagging, keep these things in mind.
Excessive thatch and compacted soils can lead to lackluster lawns. Despite watering, fertilizing, and mowing as advised, sometimes lawns seem to hit a wall and struggle to maintain that healthy green look.
It’s important to create a baseline and adjust as needed. Soil testing in lawns and gardens is like going to the doctor for a checkup. It can call to your attention any major problems.
The arrival of spring may be subtle in the southern tier, but it arrives with needs for maintaining a healthy lawn. Those in Southern states should turn their focus to their grass and follow these easy to-dos.
Mower deck gauge wheels should be properly adjusted to prevent scalping grass on uneven terrain. The bottom of the wheels should sit approximately 1/8-1/2 of an inch from the ground, depending on your cutting height.
Make sure your mower deck is level from side-to-side and up-and-down for a precise, even cut throughout your lawn.
Check tire pressure and make sure it’s the same correct operating pressure on both sides of the riding lawn equipment for a uniform, level cut. Uneven tire pressure from side-to-side can create an uneven cut.
An old, dirty fuel filter may result in your D100 Series Lawn Tractor stalling out. Check out how to change the fuel filter on your D100 Series Lawn Tractor. We’ll take you step by step.