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Sooo, About That Straw Cover...

Discussion in 'Composting & Soil Building' started by so lucky, Dec 15, 2018.

  1. Jan 24, 2019
    Dirtmechanic

    Dirtmechanic Garden Ornament

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    Fellow Troy-bilt fan! I drive a super bronco about the patch myself! Really makes life easier in this clay. I like a front tine tiller too, but for thinner lighter work like weeding. I mainly use a stihl tiller for that stuff, it is not very wide or digs to deep so it is great for details.
     
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  2. Jan 24, 2019
    Beekissed

    Beekissed Garden Master

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    We've always had Troy Bilts as well but prefer a rear tine tiller. Sold our last one when we switched to BTE, though. The only thing we kept was that Mantis for some light fluffing of the mulch if needed.
     

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