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TAG: dirt

Mole Guard

May 3, 2013By

Mole Guard introduces an affordable and convenient solution to dirt, debris, and pest-filled valve boxes. Mole Guard is a patented polypropylene bottom for underground valve boxes with side guards where pipe enters and exits. Together, these provide a barrier preventing dirt and unwanted pests from entering the enclosure through the bottom or along the piping. Mole Guard is easy to... read more

Mole Guard

February 4, 2013By

Mole Guard introduces an affordable and convenient solution to dirt, debris, and pest-filled valve boxes. Mole Guard is a patented polypropylene bottom for underground valve boxes with side guards where pipe enters and exits. Together, these provide a barrier preventing dirt and unwanted pests from entering the enclosure through the bottom or along the piping. Mole Guard is easy to... read more

Grasshopper Mower Little Bully Dozer Blades

November 30, 2012By
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Multipurpose Little Bully Dozer Blades crank up the performance and capability of any FrontMount Grasshopper zero-turn mower by turning it into a snow-clearing powerhouse. But snow isn’t the only thing they can move. Enhanced traction and maneuverability helps make short work of spreading and leveling loose dirt, sand and gravel. The blades attach in place of the out-front mowing deck,... read more

Ventrac

October 9, 2012By

The LB540 Power Broom is designed for the Ventrac 3000 series tractor. It can sweep and remove snow, leaves, dirt, light gravel and other materials from parking lots, sidewalks and other surfaces. Heavy-duty nylon bristles make short work of any clean-up job without damaging the surface below. A hydraulic cylinder angles the broom left or right from the operator’s seat.... read more

World’s most expensive sod and dirt

March 13, 2009By

By: Ron Hall Would you pay $6,000 for a patch of sod? A bit rich for you in these uncertain economic times? How about a paltry $80 for a freeze-dried piece of grass in a coin-shaped display? I don’t know about you, but my limit for sports memorabilia is somewhere in the neighborhood of $20, but generally a bit south of... read more