Toby Beetles, Grubs & Worms – Oh My
The heat and humidity are making it uncomfortable for us and our lawns. Insects thrive in this weather and they are attacking our lawns and landscapes. Japanese Beetles have no known predators in the U.S. so their population has flourished. They have a huge appetite and devour the soft tissue of leaves. White Grubs are in full force and doing a lot of damage to lawns across the city. These ugly worms feast on the roots of grass plants and can destroy much of your lawn before you know you have them. Toby has the easy way to take care of these pests and also great advice on how to keep bugs from getting into your home and out of your lawn. Watch the video tip now and you can avoid the bugs and the bites!
Tips from Toby Getting Rid of Moles for Good!
Moles. They are doing damage to lawns all over town. We tried just about every gadget and gimmick out there to find out what works best to eliminate these pests from you lawns. One family of moles can quickly tear up your entire lawn, also doing damage to the roots of plants and trees. Professional trappers charge, on average, $50 per mole, so learning to handle this yourself can save you big bucks and huge headaches.
Toby Fall Indoor Home Wrap Up – Winter Ready?
The Winter chill has returned and it won't be long before the cold is here to stay. We have some quick indoor wrap tips to make sure your house and home is running smoothly. From improving your indoor air quality by adding some great plants to keeping the everything running properly we have some great quick tips to make your Winter home cozy, safe and enjoyable
Tips from Toby – buying a new mower
If you're like Toby and had your relic for over 16 years - it might be time for a new mower. There are so many new features, prices and brands to choose from. We help you make smart decisions on what's a good investment and what's not. If it's time for a new mower (and the new technology will make mowing easier and more fun) then this is the tip you need to watch today!
Tips from Toby – Tune Up Time
How was your mower running last year before you shut it down for the season? Is your blade sharp? How old is that gas that's been sitting in your mower or garage? It's time to get in line for your mower tune up. We will be ready for a late Winter short mow in about 3 to 4 weeks and soon, we'll be mowing every week. Watch this week's video tip to make sure you aren't tugging on a dead mower and some tips to get it sharp and running smooth this season.