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Old 09-01-2012, 02:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Exact Rototilling View Post
There is a debate between deeper plugs vs. Adequate plug depth. So yes....on a rolling tine machine more weight can produce deeper plugs.

Reciprocating aerators don't pull as deep of a plug but do pull considerably more of them in a single pass especially the Plugr 800 series and.the Ryan 28 reciprocating. Not sure about how the Ryan 28 delivers the plug in comparison to the Plugr.... but the plugrs tend to pop the plug further up in.the grass and this really help.the top dress.effect.when.hit with a mower. Hands down G6/G5 Oregon gators are the best.thus far in separating the dirt from OM. absolutely destroy the plugs. Just be sure to use a chute deflector.

I broke my own front window last year skipping the chute.deflector.
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So are you saying that you do 1" plugs??? This strategy deals only with living thatch???

I've never heard of anyone doing 1" plugs, and I'm interestted in understanding,,, Why...
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