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Robust 10 Amp motor, ergonomic, padded grip and adjustable handle for user comfort
14 inches dethatching path gets your work done faster
3-position tine depth adjustment provides greater control by removing matted layers to promote continued lawn health
Stainless steel tines stay sharp longer for reliable performance, also includes full set of replacement tines for a total of 18 tines
A wire gauge size (A.W.G.)of at least 14 is recommended for an extension cord 50 feet or less in length, an undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power and overheating

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The nutrients are in the soil already, the f***?
So I assume you've never ever used this stuff called fertilizer? Also, the thatch prevents sunlight and moisture from reaching seedlings. It also prevents overseed from making its way to the dirt. You want to dethatch when you get over like 1/2" of thatch. 1x a year or so.
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It scrapes up all the dead grass (thatch) that sits below the top layer of grass. The alternative is to rake it up, but instead this will save your back and do the job better in half the time. I've used this thing for years and it's worth it's weight in gold as they say. Don't just take my word for it, read the reviews. For this price, it's a slick deal! ($2 shy of the lowest price ever back in 2017)
It also scratches/cuts (scarifies) the top surface of the soil, which helps get water in. Where I live it is hot and dry, with clay soil, and the surface of soil can become almost waterproof between watering/rain. When it rains, a lot runs off before it can then soak in. Regularly breaking the surface (and amending with compost) helps.

I have a rear tine tiller with a set of 10 straight tines that functions as an overseeder and aerator. The tines only cut in a couple inches, with the depth depending on how it is being operated. I mention because it breaks the surface of the soil.

I have had my eye on this specific dethatcher for several years. This is a good price (82) and is usually around 120 when I think I want one. A couple years ago I saw one on the clearance isle at WM for $75. Like every year, I will probably think about getting this one and make a decision too late and put off yet again.

Reviews say that it has a temperamental motor which requires a heavier gauge extension cord to prevent motor overheating and shutdown. Reviews also say to only pull straight, with turns causing the springs to break.
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Good price but the Sun Joe comes with the scarfier attachment which is a lot better pulling up thatch than greenworks.
This says dethatcher/scarifier. Is the scarifier not included with the greenworks?
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This says dethatcher/scarifier. Is the scarifier not included with the greenworks?
There is no scarifier attachment for greenworks.
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Anybody tried using this in Bermudagrass? Results?
This will tear up all of your Bermuda grass. Bermuda grows horizontally, putting down roots as it goes. The vertically rotating tines will pull it all up and destroy your yard.

My neighborhood has berm in the front/sides and fescue in the back (builder's choice). I use this to both dethatch the back and tear up all of the creeping berm from my sides and neighbor.
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It scrapes up all the dead grass (thatch) that sits below the top layer of grass. The alternative is to rake it up, but instead this will save your back and do the job better in half the time. I've used this thing for years and it's worth it's weight in gold as they say. Don't just take my word for it, read the reviews. For this price, it's a slick deal! ($2 shy of the lowest price ever back in 2017)
Yes, it loosens up all the thatch, but you still have to remove it from your lawn by either raking it up into piles, or pick it up with your lawn mower and grass catcher. I dethatch in the fall so the lawn has time to recover before winter.
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Yes, it loosens up all the thatch, but you still have to remove it from your lawn by either raking it up into piles, or pick it up with your lawn mower and grass catcher. I dethatch in the fall so the lawn has time to recover before winter.
Very true, I just take the leaf blower and send it all into the woods!
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Why would you ever use this? You want the dead grass to decompose and replenish the soil.
Thats what I do, and grass comes back rich and even. Not sure if it is the variable reason, but never had a issue of cut grass being an issue
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Bought one hoping it would pull out moss, but it didn't, at least not living moss. Might pull it out if you kill it first.

It died the second time I tried to use it. No power. I don't see anything to reset on the thing after tearing it apart. Just dead.
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Good for a property with about 23 acres of grass?
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Good for a property with about 23 acres of grass?
Only if you want to spend 3 days dethatching your yard.
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Good for a property with about 23 acres of grass?
Its corded... if you have outlets all over your 23 acres yes... but I would still rather rent a gas version...
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I need something like this but a gas one, with this one I would need like 6 extension cords and 10 hours to get the job done.
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I am looking for a GreenWorks corded lawn mower.
I haven't found any deal.
BTW it's better to get corded or cordless?
I am in market for new lawn mower and edger.
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I have owned for 3 yrs. Bought when we moved into the home and needed to bring the lawn up to par. Works great. My neighbor and I have used it twice on our lawn. Thatch is normal and needed to keep weeds out. Too much hinders grass growth. Do research and understand thatch before doing this annually. I only use it now when over seeding an area.
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