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Harp's Marketplace
(870) 425-6556
924 Highway 62 E
Mountain Home, AR
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Remington Ranch
(870) 425-2717
1779 Highway 5 N Unit 2
Mountain Home, AR

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Village Landscape Inc
(501) 922-7011
265 Bud Mckinley Rd.
Fountain Lake, AR

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Harp's Marketplace
(479) 571-2555
1780 N Crossover Rd
Fayetteville, AR
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Reynolds Greenhouses
(501) 623-2053
192 Crabtree Rd
Hot Springs, AR

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Scott's Enterprises
(870) 425-7853
Hwy 5 S
Mountain Home, AR

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Meek's Rogers
(479) 636-2511
630 West New Hope Road
Rogers, AR

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Gibson Gardens
(479) 787-6866
1206 First Ave, Se P.o. Box 206
Gravette, AR

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American Outdoor Supply
(479) 856-9738
14584 E Highway 264
Lowell, AR

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(501) 315-1420
520 Alcoa Road
Benton, AR
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Should You Power Rake Your Lawn?

Written by Matthew C. Keegan  //  2011/10/31  //  Landscaping  //  No comments

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Cooler weather means your lawn may be ready to be power raked.

As you finish raking your leaves this fall, you’ll be left with a lawn that will soon be dormant and ready to withstand the worst that winter has for it. Instead of using a garden rake or leaf blower for your final raking of the season, a power rake can remove dead grass while leaving the healthy grass alone.

Task Timing

A power rake is a machine that is similar to your lawn mower, but comes equipped with vertical fixed tines to cut the soil and prepare your lawn for reseeding. If you live in a more northernly section of the country, the time to tackle this project has already passed. However, if you live in the deep south, you can power rake your lawn now or wait until spring, before your lawn rebounds.

You can rent a power rake from a home gardening center, a device that is sometimes called a dethatcher. To power rake, you can set the settings on high; to dethatch, you put the settings on low. Dethatching is much more extensive and will remove good grass, turn the soil and requires that you fertilize, seed and water the lawn to get it to take hold.

Power Raking

Power raking enables you to aerate the lawn, getting rid of dead material without killing the healthy grass. Only the dead grass layer is targeted when power raking, a process that helps restore your lawn quickly and prepare it for winter.

Once you have completed power raking your lawn, you have the option to reseed it. This involves applying fertilizer too, therefore you’ll want to consult with your local garden center or state extension service to find out the best approach to this project.

Soil Analysis

You’ll want to choose a seed that is best for your lawn, considering your soil conditions and the amount of sunlight your lawn gets when the trees are in bloom. Your state extension service can analyze you...

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