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We’ve been answering Ask Gardenerd questions on the sly lately, but this one seemed like it would benefit other gardenerds who love their tools:
“Can you suggest a good garden furrower? The old single wheel in front style?”
I don’t have a garden big enough for a tiller/furrower so I don’t have personal experience with one, but I noticed that most of the furrowers out there attach to giant monster tillers. Before we
move on, a momentary side bar about tilling since we’re on the subject: