Winterizing Garden Tools: Time to get started

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Winterizing Garden Tools

By paulgrow
October 19, 2011

All of the leaves have been raked and added to the compost; frost has put all of the plants to sleep for the winter. The outdoor furniture has been covered or moved into the garage. We still have one final task to accomplish before completing our outdoor work for the season. We need to winterize those tools, both power and manual, to ensure they will be ready to go in the spring

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Name: Lynn
Dallas, OR (Zone 8b)
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Oct 18, 2011 6:27 PM CST
Paul, great article giving me a list of what I need to do before winter sets in.
Making a list and checking it twice. We don't get the kind of winter your get in MI, but we do have a long, wet, cold winter. Things can rust easily during that time.
Thank you for the article. : )

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