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  •  I do not have one of those! (3+ / 0-)
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    kishik, jayden, welso

    I always assumed it would be a useless tool for me, because it takes quite a bit of force to cut into the dirt here (during the drought of summer, you can barely shove a shovel into it).  I've been fretting over how to manage a huge, formerly mulched area that wraps thick between the "house" grass and the "field" grass.  Now, it's a weedy mess, and a huge eye sore, but this might be a good way to tackle it since it does have a little mulch as its base and shouldn't be too hard to press into.

    You are a font of knowledge and advise.  Thank you!  

    •  because... (4+ / 0-)
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      estreya, jayden, RiveroftheWest, welso

      of the design of the digging points and that they are angled out, it does make it easier work.  You may need to use a little force to break the top ground, but then once those prongs go in, the angling of those things do all the work.  I picked mine up in Ace hardware.

      So as it works into the soil, it pulls up all the weeds along the way.  then you reverse move and the weeds fall out.

      All the suffering of this world arises from a wrong attitude.The world is neither good or bad. It is only the relation to our ego that makes it seem the one or the other - Lama Anagorika Govinda

      by kishik on Thu Apr 11, 2013 at 10:16:15 AM PDT

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