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.
New for 2013
Mustang™ 50 Zero-Turn Mower
Introducing the Mustang 50 zero-turn riding mower. It has a solid full-length frame that's so durable, we covered it with a limited lifetime warranty - an industry first. It also has redesigned user controls, larger lap bars and many other helpful new features that make it one rugged and reliable mower.
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Cleaning up after Old Man Winter
Soon, the snow will melt and the temperatures will climb. For many homeowners, it has been a brutal winter. But, as warm weather approaches, it will be time to get your lawn ready for spring. Here are tips from Troy-Bilt about properly preparing your yard.
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Judging Soil Readiness
Soil is one of the most important elements of the garden, and judging its readiness will be vital to your plants. Preparing soil while it's too wet from snow and heavy rain can compact the soil, making it difficult for roots to grow.
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Get Garden Tools Ready for Spring
Spring is a good time to organize your gardening equipment so that it is easily accessible. A quick spring cleaning will help keep your garden equipment in the best shape possible to take on the battles of summer gardening.
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