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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by The Lawn Boy Pro, Oct 4, 2003.
What do you guys think?
A core airator will cultivate 1/3 more sufface area than a conventional solid tyne.
So go the core mate.
whats the spike good for? Im thinking core for spring time, spike if soil is really compacted in mid-summer. Correct me if im wrong?
I feel that spike is kind of pointless, it's almost like a quick fix
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Never used spikes but thats pretty locgical conclusion I think.
Seems like the spikes would penertrate harder surfaces with greater ease.
spikes are useless and cause more compaction. Use nothing but core.
Think about it....where does the soil go when the spike enters the ground????? It pushes everything aside....this equals compaction. The core aerator lifts the core out of the ground.
you mainly spike to break up hard pan soil so air and water can flow into the ground. coring relieves compaction.