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  • The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener 1 year ago

    it is a lot of work but you are right it pays for it self for months to come

  • Lorraine Ayre 1 year ago

    Thank you for your comment. To answer your question: rototilling creates a hardpan just below the level reached by the tines, caused by your weight and the weight of the tiller. Tilling typically loosens 8-12" of soil, double digging loosens 20" of soil. This lets you plant much closer together, as plant roots grow straight down rather than hitting the hardpan and growing sideways into each other.

  • aacsteveo 1 year ago

    Wouldnt rototilling do the same thing?