6 Easy Steps to Fix Your Over-Fertilized Lawn

Have you ever faced burnt grass in your yard after you did everything right? You recalled all the actions – you took immaculate care of the lawn, watered it as required and added fertilizer regularly, and so on. And now, ugly, brown, dead grass is all around, and you have…

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9 Steps to Clean Your Lawn mower Carburetor

At the start of the new mowing season, many people suddenly discover their Lawn mower that was working perfectly at the end of last year now doesn’t want to start. There could be several reasons for this, including old fuel, a dirty spark plug or many others. However, one of the…

7 Tips to Clean Your Lawn Mower

Every year you should prepare and clean your mower for the beginning of the new mowing season. No matter if you have a riding lawn mower or walk behind string trimmer, try to keep it in the tip-top shape so that you can use it for years. Always keep in mind that…

How Many Calories Does Mowing the Lawn Burn?

Some people enjoy mowing the lawn, but many don’t, and when you’d rather be sitting in the sun reading a book or drinking a beer, cutting the grass can be an unwelcome chore. However, even for those who hate mowing the lawn, there is a silver lining – just like…

6 Easy Steps to Fix Your Over-Fertilized Lawn

Have you ever faced burnt grass in your yard after you did everything right? You recalled all the actions – you took immaculate care of the lawn, watered it as required and added fertilizer regularly, and so on. And now, ugly, brown, dead grass is all around, and you have…

How Often to Change Lawn Mower Oil?

When you buy a new mower, one of the essential questions is how often you need to change the oil. In general, every model comes with a manual where you can check the best timing for this action, but I can tell you that most of them need the oil…

6 Easy Steps to Restore a Lawn Full of Weeds

Have you ever face the ruined lawn full of ugly weeds, without any possibility to enjoy beautiful, green grass? It is a horrible thing indeed. I know that using chemicals is the most comfortable way to solve this issue, but it is definitely not the choice you should make. Instead,…

How Often Should You Mow Your Lawn?

Regular mowing your grass has a lot of benefits. It will help your yard looks beautiful, healthy, and vigorous. However, if you mow the lawn too frequently or cut the grass at an excessively short height, you can do the damage you will find difficult to correct. The primary keys…

Does Lawn Fertilizer Go Bad? (4 Tips for Storing)

Have you ever asked yourself does your fertilizer can go bad? In general, the answer is usually NO except in a few cases. However, there is a catch. Your fertilizer won’t go bad only if you store it properly. That means that you need to appropriately manage leftover fertilizer at the…

10 Tips to Get Rid of Clover in Your Lawn

Clover (Trefoil) is definitely one of the most common weeds you can find on badly maintained and undernourished lawns. In the US, we usually face perennial white clover (Trifolium repens) which can grow everywhere thanks to its own production of nitrogen. Actually, clover can be a very beneficial plant for your grass,…

How to Add Potassium to Your Lawn?

In addition to nitrogen and phosphorus, potassium is the essential nutrient for the healthy growth of plants, including grass. If you face low potassium in your lawn, you need a soil adjustment. Fortunately, there are a lot of organic solutions you can use to fix the issue with a lack…