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post #11 of 31 (permalink) Old 08-20-2013, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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I will post on for ya tomorrow it is a 5 ft tuff line

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Here is the York Rake



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Nice its like a rock rake
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It actually is a rock rake / landscape rake doing a plot or lawn I just set it so it doesn't have a lot of pressure on the rake works slick

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I can see it doing a good job with the seed
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post #16 of 31 (permalink) Old 08-22-2013, 05:19 AM Thread Starter
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seems to work pretty good
Probably would have worked better if I tilled the ground first it is "new Ground" I cleared it a year ago & ground has never been broke so it was really hard next year I will till it first so I can get the seeds a little deeper a lot of seeds did not have much or any ground cover

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I'm calling PA today to see if the Kubota and tiller are available. After reading a lot, compacting the dirt before spreading the small clover seeds is necessary or you'll loose most of the seed. The last time I used the tiller it worked great, looked like I was laying a sidewalk behind the tractor. Also, a fertilizer of 13-13-13 seems to be a popular blend out there and it all depends on your soil but I think I will try it. With NW Ohio's cool summer so far hopefully PA doesn't get an early frost and do me in.
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yup 13-13-13 is what a lot of plotters use up here too
I was short with time this year so I just bought a couple bags of time released fertilizer & to be honest I don't remember what it was but so far it seems to be working next year I will do it earlier & the correct way
One thing I am going to do this winter is work on installing an electric piston to the rake so I can fine tune the depth of the tines better

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Im hooked on pelitized chicken litter for every thing
Its hard to travel with if you got a van
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unfortunatly we do not have many chicken farms here. I do hear that it does work great. I probably wouldn't like loading it in my Grand Prix either

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