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What works best for Rock Removal up to 1 ft. Diameter?
Last Updated: 04/28/2008

Question: I have rocks in my ground that are sometimes as big as a foot in diameter.  I am worried that a harrow or rotary tiller would break on my ground.  Do people use those in that circumstances, or would I be better off purchasing a plow?

Answer: With rocks of that size near surface, a plow would be best to start with. You can find and remove them with a One Bottom Plow or Two Bottom Plow. Then you could use a Disc Harrow or Rotary Tiller to get a good bed for your garden. We stock the plows, harrows, tillers and Post hole Diggers so they would ship immediately following payment.

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