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Ancient farming techniques have been made easy with the advancements in power tillers, rototillers and cultivators. Tillers are used to break up compacted soil and turn it over by using a system of rotating blades - a process called tillage. Tillage is typically classified into two stages, primary and secondary. Primary tillage is typically deeper and more thorough and secondary tillage, often accomplished with a cultivator, is more shallow and precise. Work done with a tiller tends to produce a rough surface finish, whereas the secondary tillage done with a cultivator produces a smooth, loose bed that promotes successful seeding. Some modern tools, such as rototillers and tiller/cultivators, can accomplish both of the important tasks.
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Tillers, cultivators and rototillers are essential tools for any garden and can significantly cut-down on your workload while increasing results. True Value has a large selection of front-tine and rear-tine tillers to choose from, as well as cultivators and combination tiller/cultivators. Find your outdoor power equipment today and enjoy free shipping on select products to your participating True Value store.
Creating and maintaining a garden is a lot of hard work - but it can be done in a rewarding, efficient manner. True Value brings you the tools for creating and maintaining healthy gardens year after year while you save time and preserve your health. Shop our selection of tillers by the brand names you trust and swing by your nearest True Value store for local, expert advice that can help your garden thrive.