Fred Morgan wrote:Not sure if you can do it, but mulch is a great sod breaker, i.e. just pile organic material on top, and the sod goes away - turns into food for the plants. You might try contacting those who do the pruning of trees in the area, they often will delivery it for free - since they don't have to pay you for dumping.
R Scott wrote:
That is what a plow was made to do. If your soil conditions are just right a spring harrow will do the job. But probably will need disking or something else as well. I don't like turning soil over, but once isn't too hard on biology (doing year over year is).
What is the goal for the ground?
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