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Hand Sprayer

Sometimes you just need a simple hand can.  These are great for spot spraying weeds and the price is right.
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Hitachi Leaf Blower

I truly believe this is the best "bang for your buck" gas powered blower out there.
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Lawn Bags

If you need to dispose of grass clippings or leaves I use these bags. This is a pack of 25.
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Lawn Roller

Lawn Rollers can come in handy in many situations.  With all of the renovation work I do, and the occasional use outside of that, I love having one of these around when I need it.
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Leafmate Bag Funnel

If you've ever tried to pour grass clippings or leaves into a paper lawn bag you'll know it can be a messy experience.  This lawn bag funnel has made it possible for me to easily pour my grass clippings into recyclable lawn bags.  Genius invention!
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Plastic Rake

These plastic rakes are fantastic for cleaning debris from the lawn.
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Rain Gauge

Where I live it's not uncommon to have a rain storm with multiple inches of rain in one storm.  I use this rain gauge because it holds up to 11 inches of rain! It's essential to keep track of rainfall and this does it very well.
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Scotts Elite Spreader

I've used the cheap Scott's spreader for years and decided to upgrade to this Elite version. It works well with everything I've used it for so far and gives you a better "ride" on the lawn with the larger tires!
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Scotts Hand Spreader

This is a great spreader for seeding or fertilizing small areas. I use this a lot when I'm renovating and seeding!
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Scotts Mini Spreader

This was my first spreader and I still use it today! Very affordable and although it's plastic and does not compare to the expensive models in terms of quality, it just plain works and that's good enough for me.
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Soil Sampler Probe

This is the soil probe I use in my lawn to take samples of soil and inspect areas throughout the
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Soil Thermometer

Knowing your soil temperature can be more important than you think! I use a simple meat thermometer to take temperature readings throughout the year.