of front tine tillers does not have to stop after the ground
has been broken and tilled at the beginning of gardening
season. With attachments, front tine tillers can continue
to be well used through winter. Finger tines, a middle buster
plow attachment, pick tines, and aerator tines are easy to
change and use. There are also tractor wheel kits
and even a snow plow.
heavy-duty, bolted slasher tines are the sturdiest,
most versatile, and easiest to repair. They can break new ground,
till existing beds, improve the soil, and dig holes for planting
shrubs. Slashers work efficiently in
a wide range of soil types and can be used to improve the soil
for the garden and landscaping applications. Till the soil
to the desired depth, then add soil enhancers like peat, sand,
fertilizer or manure. Till again as deep as possible and your
beds are ready for even the most difficult to please plants.