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    Default Home made cultipacker

    I didn't build it , I bought it this way but thought it was a good idea to share.
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    Default Re: Home made cultipacker

    Looks more like a disk than a packer
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    Default Re: Home made cultipacker

    Quote Originally Posted by dusty3030 View Post
    I didn't build it , I bought it this way but thought it was a good idea to share.
    I would not use that as a cultipacker to put in smaller seeds. It will get a lot of them too deep. Would be ok for small grain seed incorporation (wheat, barley, rye, oats). Prep with that tool and then sow your seed and then use a cultipacker to firm the seed in for a higher germination rate. Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: Home made cultipacker

    Honestly I mainly leave it on for ballast.
    I did use it a couple of years ago when I brought in some fill, leveled, and established some lawn.
    Planted bermuda, worked great.

    Old thread too, I posted that pick 8 months ago.

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    Default Re: Home made cultipacker

    Quote Originally Posted by dusty3030 View Post
    Honestly I mainly leave it on for ballast.
    I did use it a couple of years ago when I brought in some fill, leveled, and established some lawn.
    Planted bermuda, worked great.

    Old thread too, I posted that pick 8 months ago.
    You are getting some good use from that tool as it is. I can envision a very similar tool with the scarifiers closer together in the front and a cultipacker at the rear that could be a awesome renovating tool. Ken Sweet
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    Default Re: Home made cultipacker

    I've always kept my eyes open here local for a good heavy box blade cheap to make a pature renovator out of.

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