I heard that Echo used to make an attachment for cultivating & turning over mulch in beds. We use premium shredded cedar mulch on most of our accounts. The fine shredded stuff looks fantastic for a week. Then after week or two of irrigation it looks matted. We go back and turn this mulch over and tear it back apart, it's pretty quick going, and then it seems to look good for the rest of the season. Though it is quick going, it requires the entire crew to focus on it, and it's "hands and knees" work. Do any of you have any ideas or tools for making this job go by quicker? I don't like using a "toothed ho" (Don't know the technical name for this tool) because it doesn't tear the mulch apart from being matted very well, and bunches it up.