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Walmart.com has Sun Joe TJ603E 16-Inch 12-Amp Electric Garden Tiller and Cultivator on sale for $94.99. Shipping is free, alternatively store pickup is free. Thanks ekhemanth



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Weed killer is not safe according to the news few days ago.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1005191

What's the safest way to kill weed?
Any recommendations?
A black tarp for a week.
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Regular White Vinegar.

Walmart, probably 2 bucks a gallon.
Any chance do you know after using vinegar to kill the weeds, will the vinegar affect the grass seeds ability to grow?
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Why would a 12 Guage wire melt from this? #12 wire is used for 20-amp circuits in all of construction. Maybe you had a loose connection causing arcing
Maybe? 200ft run (2 x 100ft 12 gauge cords) used for about 90 straight minutes on a garden bed. Actually melted at the plugs (one side much worse than the other), but when I grabbed the cord at the tiller end it was very hot too. I'm no electrician, but that seemed like I needed fatter wire. Bought some 10 gauge cords and never had trouble since. Scratchchin
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Does anyone think the extra $10 at Walmart for the TJ604E is worth it?
I went with the 13.5 amp one few weeks ago. Very pleased with it. I read a review where they had both and compared, and grade wise they're both same ruggedness, but the extra power from 604E May be useful if you have clay-rich dirt.
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Any chance do you know after using vinegar to kill the weeds, will the vinegar affect the grass seeds ability to grow?
I don't know that. I have only killed weeds in concrete cracks and gravel with vinegar.
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A lawsuit does not = facts.
In this case, with glyphosate, I'm afraid it is. You're probably a climate skeptic as well, no?
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Maybe? 200ft run (2 x 100ft 12 gauge cords) used for about 90 straight minutes on a garden bed. Actually melted at the plugs (one side much worse than the other), but when I grabbed the cord at the tiller end it was very hot too. I'm no electrician, but that seemed like I needed fatter wire. Bought some 10 gauge cords and never had trouble since. Scratchchin
The 200 ft. is the problem. I have never seen any diagram for 200 feet. Everything I use is max 100 feet at 15 amps, as in my Miter and Table saws.

If you need to use a tiller regularly at 200 feet, get a gas or battery operated one. I have an Earthwise battery op for that, but haven't used it yet.


https://www.thespruce.com/extensi...rt-1152866
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Got factory refurbished and newer model tj604e on eBay at $68 without tax last June.
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I second everything Michi098 has said.

Also if available now your area, I just went today but there is a slick deal for a 50ft 12 gauge Rigid brand extension cord at homedepot right now for about $25. Originally $75. I purchased that today but my other 50ft cord I got from harbor freight (12gauge black and yellow) was almost $40 I believe. It's recommended to use a thicker gauge wire with this machine.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13085257-ridgid-heavy-duty-50ft-extension-cord-multi-tap-24-88?attrsrc=Test%3AHideExpiredSearch%3AControl&src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
That Ridgid cord will not work with this appliance, as you can't plug it in due to the protective housing around the cultivator's plug. You need a cord with a single plug at the end.
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I have this and am impressed
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Will this break up super hard soil? I'm having a hell of a time breaking up dirt.
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Will this break up super hard soil? I'm having a hell of a time breaking up dirt.
Tilled up hard clay here that is nearly impossible to dig through. Cut through it easily and turned it to the consistency of loose garden soil. I couldn't' believe how well this worked. I was skeptical when I bought it, but it was a great purchase that is already on its second season and still running like new.
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Tilled up hard clay here that is nearly impossible to dig through. Cut through it easily and turned it to the consistency of loose garden soil. I couldn't' believe how well this worked. I was skeptical when I bought it, but it was a great purchase that is already on its second season and still running like new.
Thank you for informing me.
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I use a 2000 watt inverter generator to power this when I'm too far from an outlet. Works perfectly.
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Weed killer is not safe according to the news few days ago.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1005191

What's the safest way to kill weed?
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I recommend a bong filled with ice.
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