Plotmaster

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by TurfGuyTX, Oct 9, 2002.

  1. TurfGuyTX

    TurfGuyTX LawnSite Senior Member
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    Anyone have experience or anything to say about a Plotmaster? We're getting one for hunting, but wonder if any use it for lawn or landscape purposes. Here's a photo for those not familiar with it. Thanks for your input.
     
  2. TurfGuyTX

    TurfGuyTX LawnSite Senior Member
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    Sorry. Here it it.

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  3. TurfGuyTX

    TurfGuyTX LawnSite Senior Member
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    Anyone?
     
  4. Minnesota

    Minnesota LawnSite Member
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    What does it do, never herd of it
     
  5. TurfGuyTX

    TurfGuyTX LawnSite Senior Member
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    I found it at the website www.theplotmaster.com
    I wonder how good it would do overseeding and such. The deer will definately like the food plots I'll be able to do with it.
     
  6. TurfGuyTX

    TurfGuyTX LawnSite Senior Member
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    It's pretty neat to be able to disc and such in locations otherwise not thought of previously. We'll have lots of new things for the deer to eat very soon. If any of you guys in North Texas need some small food plots, maybe I can help. ;)
     
  7. 1stclasslawns

    1stclasslawns LawnSite Senior Member
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    From what I have seen on TV I think they would work great in soil that is not too rocky.

    They might put in a nice lawn also.


    Jim
     
  8. TurfGuyTX

    TurfGuyTX LawnSite Senior Member
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    I think it could work pretty good for some renovations and such. If I come across some, I'll try it out.
     
  9. Aw man not only do you guy go out and "hunt" the deer, you want them to come to you now? Damn are you guys getting lazy.

    All that time spent sitting high up in trees has gone to your heads.

    Pweeeeze don't kill Bambi!!!!!

    For lawns it will not be lawn friendly, anything that harrows and cultivats will tear up exsisting turf.

    Maybe to plant a new lawn, but there are faster ways that that.
     
  10. gravedigger5

    gravedigger5 LawnSite Senior Member
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    LMAO:gunsfirin :laugh: :gunsfirin :laugh:
     

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