Originally Posted by Smallaxe
And the aeravator will take care of the thatch layer without killing chunks of grass... Pluggers may still be useful for compaction, but how deep does the aeravator go into the soil??? all I've seen so far is a u-tube of the thing...
3.5 - 4" deep max depending on spike size but the penetration is adjustable by the height of the roller behind the spike drum. (or by the 3 point hitch on the tractor)
Mine weighs +/- 1000 so it gets full penetration even in the hard dry soil.
With a heavy rain after the aeravation you can see and feel just how soft the ground becomes -- huge difference
Uneven ground works too it pivits back and forth and side to side.