Extend The Life Of Your Mower Deck By Treating It With Graphite Coating

Investing in a good lawn mower will help you keep up with this year's yard work. If you take care of the mower, you'll get many, many years out of it before you should even have to consider replacing it. One thing that you can do to ensure that your mower lasts as long as it can is to undercoat the deck with a graphite coating. Here, you'll learn how to do just that. Read More 

Sometimes You Just Need To Have A Lawn

Removing lawns seems to be de rigeur in this age of water conservation. There is some logic to this; lawns can drink up both water and time if you don't get the right species for your area. But if you do get the right species for your area, you can actually see more than one benefit to having a nice, green lawn instead of defaulting to non-grass groundcovers or tall wild grasses. Read More 

3 Combine Parts That Can Be Used for Farming

When you are doing farm work, such as planting your crops or collecting your grain, it is important that you have the correct tools. One essential tool that can be used in almost any type of farm work is going to be a tractor. The tractor itself is essential, but it is the parts that you can attach to the tractor that really allow you to get all of the different jobs done that you need to. Read More 

Land Surveyors: Helping You Be A Good Neighbor

Having an amicable relationship with one's neighbors is the usual objective, but sometimes, that lofty goal is sidetracked when property lines are disputed. Property line issues can arise for various reasons. There may be a dispute over the placement of a fence or a garden. Conflict can also occur if a tree falls at the property line and there is disagreement as to whose responsibility it is. Here's what you need to know to avoid this situation. Read More 

Two Reasons Why You Should Make Pruning Your Shrubbery A Priority

The trees and bushes around your home add to the overall ambiance by providing shade and curb appeal.  However, while you may think it's perfectly natural to keep your grass cut so that it doesn't become too unkempt, you may not understand how important it is to prune back the trees and shrubbery on your property.  Letting the shrubbery on your property grow wildly is a mistake for many reasons.  Use this information to learn more about why it's so vital that you make it a priority to prune your shrubbery. Read More