There's a Dremel kit for $15 that does a great job(if you have a Dremel). Anyone can do it.Virginiagal said:I like that you started with sharp blades. Wish I could do it myself instead of cajoling my husband.
It really does. We're really gun shy about spring fertilizer here in the transition zone because of high fungal pressure. NCSU recommends not fertilizing after March 15th. Up North it's probably nowhere near as big an issue, lower temps, lower humidity.GrassDaddy said:Really depends on the area though.
Agree. For some reason the importance of pre-e is hard for some people to wrap their head around.LIgrass said:I think this is a great guide for newbies. One thing that I would've focused a little more on is the pre-emergents. I was discussing Pre-M's with a relative and they thought "weed-n-feed" was a pre-M. I don't think most people understand what they are and what products have them. I would've listed the other popular ones like Halts, Dimension, etc.
J4c11 wrote:Virginiagal said:I like that you started with sharp blades. Wish I could do it myself instead of cajoling my husband.
+1wardconnor said:I love your videos. Please keep making them.
+2, keep up the good work and never let the perfect be the enemy of the good. Sitting down in front of a camera and talking about lawn care is something not many (including myself) are willing to do. :thumbup:Redtenchu said:+1wardconnor said:I love your videos. Please keep making them.
It's difficult to put yourself out there, trying to help others in a video format. I think you got some constructive criticism above, take that, and use it to make yourself even better! I'll be watching!