Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

SEP 2017

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Left These tow hitches by The Toro Company, provide the operator the option of pulling carts, spreaders, sweepers and many other attachments. These units are universal and fit most attachment makes and models. Right With a separate onboard engine, a 30-gallon holding tank, and up to an 11-foot width with booms extended, this JRCO sprayer attachment is an optional way to fertilize the lawn or other growing areas without the use of a large tractor or stand alone piece of equipment. September 2017 37 THE OPTIONS Below This 38-inch wide Hooker aerator by JRCO punctures up to six holes per square foot. Holes are approximately 1/2" wide by 1-1/4" long and up to 3" deep. The lifting action of the tines prevents soil compaction. Right This JRCO universal mount system is designed for use with their line of mower attachments. It at- taches to the front of most mowers and is compatible with all JRCO attachments. The system allows the user to quickly and easily connect attachments. Above In addition to raking leaves, this leaf plow can be used to plow large piles of organic debris several feet wide and several feet high. This attachment makes it easy to keep the lawn green by exposing it to sunlight as winter approaches. The unit stretches 55 inches and is installed as a single piece. Above The JRCO blower buggy turns most walk- behind leaf blowers into ride-on mower attachments. The blower sits low to the ground on the buggy, with its two caster wheels for support, and is secured with three straps. It measures 32"wide by 46" long and weighs approximately 75 pounds. PHOTO: THE TORO COMPANY

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