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Old 03-27-2013, 11:55 PM
jtw1987 jtw1987 is offline
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When I am over seeding I always make 2 passes with the aeravator. Guess it all depends on soil type. The clay soils in my area take some extra work esp when there is any moisture. I make my first pass with the tines breaking up the first 1/4in -1/2in of the surface the make the second pass on a diagonal going a bit deeper. I have found that this works best for me and I get much better results. The first two years I had horrible results until I started doing test in ky own yard to see what technique worked best. My 60in w/seed box and roller is very heavy. I've even used it behind my jd5420 on a horse pasture with rye. I normally keep it on my jd 4105
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