Spring

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It's the season of preparation. There's soil to till and cultivate, seeds to plant, weeds to pull and lots of sweating ahead. It may take a while to see your hard work finally start budding, but as any true yard lover knows: watching grass grow beats watching paint dry any day. Here's to a new season of possibilities, productivity and enjoying the fruits of your labor.

bronco tiller

New for 2015

Bronco™ Axis™ Tiller

Go from zero to planting in just one pass with the new BroncoTM AxisTM vertical tine tiller. It features a new vertical tine design that tills smoothly through even the toughest soil. This new design instantly drills down to its full depth, then tills forward through the soil to create the smoothest, fastest tilling experience.

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Freshening Up Your Lawn for Spring

The weather is warming up in most regions, and while it's not quite time for everyone to plant seeds and mow the lawn, there are some things you can do to get your lawn and garden ready for the warm months ahead.

Follow these spring lawn care tips to freshen up your yard this season:

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How to Plan Your Spring Garden

Between mulching, mowing, fertilizing and planting, there are a handful of items that contribute to a successful spring lawn and garden.  However, before you break ground, it's important to test your garden soil to make sure it's healthy and ready for work.

Here are ways you can check the quality and readiness of your garden soil.

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Five Tips on Raised Bed Gardening

Creating a raised bed garden is both exciting and rewarding, but it can also be overwhelming if you don't know where to start or what to expect.  A great option for those on the go and with smaller yards is a raised bed garden.

Here are five things you need to know for a happy, healthy raised bed garden.

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