We’re spotlighting the 727 EFI FrontMount™ zero turn mower from our Grasshopper mower lineup at Martin Implement! Enjoy year-round versatility with Grasshopper’s FrontMount™ series.
People have a love of plush green grass and, as a turf equipment supplier, we’re all about providing you the equipment you need to prep and maintain it. Watching-Grass-Grow.com is a site where web users do just that: watch grass grow. Is there something therapeutic about watching grass grow? For the thousands who follow Mr. Grass and his grass-cam or binge on slow TV, the answer might be yes.
Pick a mower, any mower! It’s that time of year when the days get longer; the grass is growing, and the mowers are out of hibernation. It’s also an excellent time to buy with great financing and special offers available from all mower lines we carry. No matter what size, type or brand of mower you prefer, there’s incentive to buy now. Here are just a few offers we’ve got going on: Continue reading
Ready for you is our Product Spotlight: the new Kubota Z400 Series zero turn mower. Ideal for commercial fleets and large property owners alike, these mowers are effortless to operate and give you professional level performance.
Our first Product Spotlight of the 2016 mowing season is here. Ready? We’re spotlighting the Kubota ZD1211 Zero Turn Riding Mower. View key Kubota ZD1211 features, followed by a comprehensive walkthrough of the machine:
Head over to our Kubota new equipment page to see our lineup, which includes the Kubota ZD Series mowers along with the rest of our Kubota products! Contact us if you’re interested in a demo or have questions. We’re here to help.
Now that Spring is here we’re bringing back our aerating recap. Enjoy!
The Toro 30 inch stand-on aerator is one of several options when it comes to choosing aerating equipment Aerating (or aerifying) is a simple but critical step in lawn care, and when you do it is just as important as how you do it. With the ground largely thawed, it’s not too early book an aerator rental.
What aeration does is give your lawn a chance to rejuvenate itself after a year of wear and tear. Sports fields and heavily trafficked areas suffer the worst of it, but all lawns experience compaction to some degree, and that damage can hamper oxygen delivery to the roots of your lawn. Aerating is a good way to give those roots a chance to breathe and soak up vital nutrients.
You can use a spike-roller, but most experts agree that a core-aerator is the better way to go. A spike-roller forces the compacted ground further into the soil rather than removing it while a core-aerator pulls the topsoil out of the ground in “plugs” and yields the greatest results. If you’re using a core-aerator be sure to leave the plugs on the lawn – they’ll break up and return to the soil along with all of their important components. They also help with thatch decomposition!
For many people, renting an aerator makes the most sense so give our Rental Department a call to book a rental. If you’re a first-timer, be sure to avoid sprinkler heads, underground lines, large stones and shallow tree roots, all of which can do serious damage to you and the machine. Now get out there and get that lawn back in shape!
This time of year get’s us thinking about winter storage. If you’ve got lawn equipment like a mower or 2-cycle hand tools you need to winterize your equipment before storing it. A few simple steps will go a long way to making sure your equipment is ready to roll next spring. Here are some tips from our in-shop experts:
It might sound crazy to be thinking about cold weather in early August, but getting your fall lawn care planned out now means you can sit back and relax when the leaves turn and football is on the TV. You’ve got a lot of options when it comes to aerating and re-seeding your lawn, so we thought we’d try and help you decide which is best for you.
Late August and early September are the best times of the year to aerate and re-seed your lawn because the temperature is just right and the moisture level is perfect for seed germination. If you do a little prep now, your grass is going to thank you later by coming back green and healthy next spring.
There are three common things that you can do to get your lawn in top shape right now: aeration, overseeding and top-dressing. Each method has its own benefits and when they’re combined the results are top-notch. Continue reading