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Old 03-24-2003, 10:14 PM
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total care solutions, you're welcome for the thoughts. it's really just common sense though, i'm always happy to share my experience with those of you who are still fumbling around as you say you are. if i can be of any further assistance to you please feel free to contact me. ~the scaper~
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Old 03-25-2003, 12:12 AM
Mike Bradbury Mike Bradbury is offline
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tilling is a pain!

unless the soil really sux and needs new topsoil:

Kill existing vegitation, add topsoil to the lowspots, rent a slit seeder that cuts lines in the existing veg AND puts the seed down. Roll with an empty roller for good soil/seed contact.
1/6 the time of tilling (MINIMUM time savings)

(slit seeder = power seeder)
FABULOUS machines, HUGE time savers.
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