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May 18, 2011

A rotary cultivator tills places your rototiller misses


If you've got your garden tilled and planted with young plants triving, you might find this garden "weasel" very handy. Most likely the weeds are thriving along with the vegies, and although I make my rows far enough apart that I can get the tiller between them, this hand driven tiller gets into places my rototiller can't go without damaging the tender young plants.

The "weasel" is made of steel so it won't break or bend easily should you hit a rock with it. It's handle is 56" long so that you can push it back and forth without bending over. It's width is 5.5" which enables it to get close around growing plants and loosen up the soil and knock down and uproot weeds.

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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at May 18, 2011 7:28 AM
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