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Murray
In February of 2005, Briggs & Stratton Corp. completed its purchase of the assets of Murray Inc., which manufactured lawn, garden and snow products. Wauwatosa-based Briggs (NYSE: BGG) and Murray reached an agreement for Briggs to buy most of Murray for $125 million. The sale involved the Murray name, equipment, tooling, patents, trademarks and other assets, but not Murray's real estate. As of mid 2006, no one is making Murray lawn moweres, but Briggs & Stratton plans to keep the brand alive, providing replacement parts and warranty support to more than 7,000 Murray dealers in the United States while it looks for a manufacturing partner to make new models in the future. There continues to be spot shortages of replacement parts such as pulleys, handles and cables for self-propelled lawn mowers as Briggs sorts out the assets and operations formerly managed by Murray.

Got Thatch?

Have you noticed a lot of Clumpy Grass with Barren Spots in your yard with small barren patches in-between? Inspect the barren patches for a heavy buildup of mulched grass clippings and leaves. If you find this interwoven grass and leaves, you have "thatch", and it suffocates the grass where it gets too thick. To remove you can use a cheap long-fingered metal rake. Within a few hours you may rake-up enough "thatch" to fill the back of a small pick-up truck. If the rake is a bit too much work, there are specialized de-thatching tools available as well as commercial lawn maintenance companies that will do it for you. Listen afterwards for your lawn sighing in relief.