History of power raking
Lawn power raking, also known as dethatching, is a process that involves removing dead grass, leaves, and other debris from the surface of a lawn. This process helps to improve the health and appearance of the lawn by allowing water, sunlight, and nutrients to reach the grassroots.
The use of power rakes for lawn care dates back to the early 20th century, when gas-powered rotary rakes were introduced. These early rakes were large, heavy machines that were used by professional landscapers and groundskeepers. In the 1980s, smaller, more lightweight power rakes were developed for use by homeowners and small landscaping businesses. Today, power rakes are a common tool used by professionals and homeowners to maintain the health and appearance of lawns. There are many different types of power rakes available, ranging from large, commercial-grade machines to smaller, hand-held models
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