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  1. #1
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    grillo 85D

    Default Gave the grillo a work out yesterday

    Got home from work yesterday checked the garden in several places and it was finally dry enough to till With the wet spring I am behind on getting stuff in the ground . I widened the garden 8' so I set the depth to cut sod made a second pass a little deeper over the sod then went to full depth and tilled the whole garden (Minus the 20' I got tilled to get potatoes and onions in ealier) tilled about 35x50 in a little less than 2 hours. run and got plants got cabbage,broccoli, brussel sprouts green peppers and tomatos in, weeded the taters and onions.Grillo G85D sure does shine tilling I have used a lot of tillers and don't think any other tiller would have got as much done it the time I had after work
    Roy

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    massey GC 2400 JD LA 145

    Default Re: Gave the grillo a work out yesterday

    Sounds great, I had been looking at a Grillo or BCS and found a mainline ladybug on craigslist for next to nothing so I guess I have my tiller for now. Glad your Grillo is doing well for you.

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    grillo 85D

    Default Re: Gave the grillo a work out yesterday

    I took down an old fence and a tree that was shading the garden opened up the garden so I can cultivate with the grillo . planted rows wide enough to work
    Recent pictures of the garden, the pink flags are marking small seedlings. I was pushing to get it cultivated. It was raining before I got to the garage once I finished tilling
    Roy





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