[caption id="attachment_41" align="alignleft" width="263"] Toro Owner Checking Fluids[/caption] If you have a Toro lawn mower then this post is just for you! The maintenance of a Toro lawn mower is essential to its performance and durability. Replacing the oil on a regular basis can help your Toro last for decades. Changing the oil of a lawn mower is very similar to the same process for a car or truck. The major differences are the type of oil used and the location of major parts. Here let us show you.
Green is Good! The good folks over at Toro have done it again. They went ahead and created a line of mowers that is missing a few normally familiar stationary items. No gas, no oil and no cord! The Toro E-Cycler cordless mower is a revolutionary concept in the world of turf management that although is not a surprise, it is a welcomed change.
With the end of summer rapidly approaching, we thought it would be a great time to let you guys in on the finer points of some simple seasonal storage and start-up maintenance for the upcoming fall. You may utilize our handy equipment storage checklist to help you store your Toro lawn equipment properly.
We will start with one of the most essential as well as flammable substances in the lawnmower realm, the fuel. Continue reading “Toro Late Summer Lawn Parts Safe Storing” »
If you happen to reside in one of the locations of the country that is entrenched in the shade, then you will definitely already need a guide on how to grow grass in the Shade. But how does one set about starting a little tuft of lush, green grass, in the dark of shade?
The first thing you need to do is to purchase a high quality grass seed mix created just for for shady areas, from a local garden or home center, which will sell grass varieties that grow well in your area. Do your very best to match the grass type you already have with the rest of your lawn. Continue reading “How to Grow Grass in the Shade” »
The Environmental Protection Agency war on diesel engine emissions has finally made it to the lawn and garden unit-manufacturing sector.
The ruling is called the Tier 4 Mandate and what it does is to regulate the amount of engine emissions that are put out into the environment, by units that are within the hp ranges of (25-74), which means just about all of the residential lined, diesel mower engines.
These sweeping changes, in the way that exhaust vapors are treated, will benefit the environment and will be better for everyone involved as well! The concern is the health of the planet and the health of you, the planets most dominating creatures. Continue reading “Tier 4 Impact on the Lawn and Garden Sector” »
In these fast times of high-energy sports, there stands apart from the crowd, a line of mowers for sports fields, that is head and shoulders above the competition. That original line is the Groundsmaster 200 Series from Toro. Moreover, what came out of that initial turf maintenance creation is the Groundsmaster 3280-
Today, Toro Mower Parts Online will spend just a little portion of your busy day, speaking about this magnificent and professionally built sports field ‘tamer’. The vast amount of commercial lawn equipment comes from a few American corporations. Toro is one of those vital manufacturing firms, and models can be seen in ball fields, from Miami to Portland, Oregon.
The Groundsmaster 3280-D makes short work out of large expanses of sports fields and athletic turf locations. I will not delve into the professional teams that utilize this fine model but trust me when I say that for every large-scale ‘trim’ mower that is out there today, one out of five, bares the name Toro. Continue reading “Groundsmaster 3280-D: Toro Mower Parts Online” »
The Golden Rule around my little patch of Heaven is that nobody waters the lawn except me, Big Daddy Ronnie! This is of course, right after my wife tells me it is fine to turn on the spigot. That’s really a fabrication of the truth as my wife has been gone for a few years but lives close so I can still hear her yelling at me from time to time!
I will now depart from my tattered relationship stories and get back to why you came around here at this Toro Riding Mower Parts locality in the first place. Water, or for lack of a better explanation, the facts behind what damage is done, on a massive scale, for those that still over-water their turfs.
If you are among those that turn the water sprinklers on and come back after work to turn them off, then I have a few things to say to you right now! Stop it! Over-watering the lawn is a very bad thing to do especially in areas of the country that are considered as drought areas. In the state of Florida, this means every county save for Escambia and I do not really know why these Central Florida residents are so good at managing their water supply, but that’s the facts Jack! Continue reading “Toro Riding Mower Parts Addresses Summer Overwatering Realities” »
Toro’s Gas Blower Vac Unit
The key to any great commercial or consumer lawn mowing and maintenance unit purchase(s) is the get the most bang out of the fewest dollars. That has always been the case and will continue to be that way, as whom on the face of this spinning rock, does not adore a great value?
Nobody around these ‘swampy’ parts, I for one, can assure you all of that! Speaking of fantastic values, one of the best in the business of lawn maintenance is the Toro Gas Blower Vacuum! This powerful three in one unit does all of the tasks that you would expect from a brand name manufacturer. Continue reading “Trifecta of Lawn Maintaining Value: Toro Gas Blower Vac” »
The grass and weeds are growing at an accelerated rate in your lawn, as this is an immediate side-affect of heat and rain. Ofcourse, proper turf nutrition is also mandatory for this massive growth to occur, but the most opportune time to grow a great yard is during the summer.
Once the lawn starts to take off and the weeds come right behind those blades of grass, it is time to crank up or plug in the lawn-mowing units and weed trimming models. Continue reading “Toro Replacement Parts Examines the Cordless Trimmer” »
Now that spring is almost over, it is time to prepare for the ‘summer-blitzing’ of turf disease management. One of the most destructive types of lawn diseases are the family of ‘Drechslera’ melting-out and leaf spot varieties.
This bluegrass-killing turf disease goes through two phases, the leafspot phase and the melting-out phase. Particularly destructive on over-fertilized, lush bluegrasses, Drechslera presents most prominently in moist weather in the 70 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit range. Continue reading “Toro Mower Parts and Spring Turf Disease ‘Drechslera’ Management” »
There are certain areas and highs and lows in your lawn, which deserve ‘special attention’ during the operation of a mowing episode. Just like all lawn mowers, Toro zero-turn mowers require care to prevent dangerous accidents when mowing around water, drop-offs, steep inclines and wet conditions. Continue reading “Toro Mower Replacement Parts – Safety Tips for Zero-Turn Mowers” »
Did you wake up on the first day of spring, and took a look at your lawn and say, enough. If that was your general response in relation to the look and health of your turf, then you have arrived at the correct location today!
Restoring a tired turf allows you to improve your lawn without removing the existing grass. You will have the best chance of certain success if you do a thorough walk-through of your lawn, checking both the top grass and the bottom root structures.
Prime for Restoration?
Not certain if your turf is a prime candidate for restoration? Then have a look below at what are only a few of the reasons why you should restore your turf and not replace the lawn. Continue reading “Toro Replacement Parts Looks at Restoring a ‘Tired’ Turf” »