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Time for tillers

Spring is here, and it's time to start thinking about your garden. Save yourself from the back-breaking work of a shovel or hoe and consider a garden tiller. Gardeners love tillers because the machines make starting new beds, cultivating weeds, and working in compost much easier.
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Rear-tine tillers

Spring is here, and it's time to start thinking about your garden. Save yourself from the back-breaking work of a shovel or hoe and consider a garden tiller. Gardeners love tillers because the machines make starting new beds, cultivating weeds, and working in compost much easier.
Tillers come with blades (or tines) in either the front or the back. While front-tine tillers are designed for light maintenance, rear-tine tillers have a gas-powered motor located above the front wheels, which propel the tiller through tough soils.
Transferring power from the engine to the wheels enables the rear-tine tillers to tackle larger jobs in landscaping and serious gardening. Perfect for any acreage and with all the muscle you need, rear-tine tillers only require you to guide the tiller as it does the work. Try a rear-tine tiller this spring.
Please contact the manufacturer or your local dealer for pricing information.

Date Published: April 13, 2012
Date Updated: April 30, 2012

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