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DownriverGardener
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GardenRN
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Location: Chesterfield, Va

I was gonna say my hands also...nothing is as precise or has lasted longer. They clean up well, and repair themselves when you damage them. Planter, weeder, bug picker, harvester, broadcaster, and diggers.
Jeff

USDA Zone 7a, Sunset Zone 32.

Failure is only a fact when you give up.

estorms
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Joined: Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:04 pm
Location: Greenfield Township, PA

tools

Stehl (sp?) rototiller. It's a little heavier than a mantis, but easier to control. I also love my Garden Way seeder. Right now my ground is too rocky to use it, but I am working on them. Working and working and working. Those stones just keep coming.

dahoss2002
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Location: Louisiana

my hoss wheelhoe with the cultivators, stirrup hoe. sweeps, and hillers
I'd rather be lucky than good

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