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Sun Joe TJ604E 16" 13.5-Amp Electric Garden Tiller & Cultivator

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Walmart.com has Sun Joe TJ604E 16" 13.5-Amp Electric Garden Tiller & Cultivator on sale for $114.99 -> Now $118.44. Shipping is free. Thanks Blesbok & jetcityjef

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Tilling a garden, loosening soil for landscaping or sod, etc....

I have had this for 2 years and it is my go to tool when it comes to breaking up the hard ground around our landscaping. It doesn't like large rocks and bricks (cause whoever owned our home when it was built buried everything 🤦🏽) but it will create a very loose and usable 10-14" of soil to work with in a very short time!
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It has been $132 for at least the last 3 months according to ccc.

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Tilling a garden, loosening soil for landscaping or sod, etc....

I have had this for 2 years and it is my go to tool when it comes to breaking up the hard ground around our landscaping. It doesn't like large rocks and bricks (cause whoever owned our home when it was built buried everything 🤦🏽) but it will create a very loose and usable 10-14" of soil to work with in a very short time!
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Got one! Thanks!
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Has been this price on Amazon for awhile now
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It has been $132 for at least the last 3 months according to ccc.
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This little machine is worth the investment. Much more effective then you would think an electric motor could be. Due to the design and small area it works with, it is actually better than gas tillers I've used.
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This little machine is worth the investment. Much more effective then you would think an electric motor could be. Due to the design and small area it works with, it is actually better than gas tillers I've used.
Had a hell of a time with it doing my garden this year. Not sure if I didn't have the correct soil moisture or what was going on
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Had a hell of a time with it doing my garden this year. Not sure if I didn't have the correct soil moisture or what was going on
If you have a hard clay soil then you need to rent the big gas tillers from Home Depot - there is just no way around it. But be careful, those machines are not meant for casual use and it's dangerous work. Have you considered going to a raised bed and using a quality topsoil instead? In the end it will probably look nicer, irrigate better and grow better.

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If you have a hard clay soil then you need to rent the big gas tillers from Home Depot - there is just no way around it. But be careful, those machines are not meant for casual use and it's dangerous work. Have you considered going to a raised bed and using a quality topsoil instead? In the end it will probably look nicer, irrigate better and grow better.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBIYebUgVVI

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Ah very good! I bet that's why. It does have a bunch of clay. Yes, I did indeed think of doing a raised bed next year. Was just kind of experimenting this year as my first garden. I appreciate your reply!
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I have had one of these for 3 years. Worth every penny! Surprisingly powerful, but the close tines cause rocks to get lodged in between them. Despite that, I'd buy it again with no hesitation.
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