Brinly Tow-behind Lawn and Garden Sprayer Video

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If you apply liquid fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides around your home, the Brinly 25-gallon tow-behind lawn and garden sprayer is worth a closer look. Continue reading

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Moldboard Plow 101

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Old Brinly PlowThere are few inventions that have been as impactful on the human race as the moldboard plow.   The efficiency it afforded allowed early farmers to cultivate larger areas and the improved drainage ability enabled them to plant crops earlier even in snow-covered regions.  Earlier plowing devices consisted of merely a vertical cutting blade that cultivated narrow rows.  The moldboard plow’s introduction of a horizontal cutting blade and rotation-inducing moldboard enabled complete soil turnover, effectively burying the prior year’s crop remains and bringing fresh nutrients to the surface. Continue reading

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Brinly Branded Merchandise Store

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Brinly MerchandiseOn Friday, we quietly unveiled our new Brinly Branded Merchandise Store, which features a handful of select Brinly trinkets and exclusive BrinlyU apparel. With polo shirts forthcoming, what other items would you like to see added to the store?  Would you like to see more apparel, utilitarian items like the coffee mug and tape measure, or something else entirely?

Feel free to comment with your suggestions, we’ll be looking into all the possible additions very soon!

View the store here or by clicking the shortcut on the sidebar

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What is lawn aeration?

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What is lawn aeration

Benefits of Aeration

Written by Dr. Robert Shearman, turfgrass professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

What is lawn aeration?
Technically speaking, aeration is the naturally occurring process of air exchange between the soil and its surrounding atmosphere. Practically speaking, aeration is the process of mechanically removing small plugs of thatch from the lawn to improve soil aeration. Textbooks often refer to the practices of soil aeration as soil cultivation (coring, spiking and slicing). The aeration process is also commonly called core aeration in the lawn service industry, and homeowners often refer to it as simply aeration.

What are the benefits of aeration?
Core aeration helps the lawn’s health and vigor, and it reduces maintenance requirements. The following are other benefits of core aeration: Continue reading

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