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1. The act of perforating turf and soil crust by use of solid tines, spikes, or blades.<br>
 
1. The act of perforating turf and soil crust by use of solid tines, spikes, or blades.<br>
  
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http://www.turfvent.com/ctv-52core.jpg
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http://www.soilreliever.com/sgsite/htmls/images/SR72_closeup.jpg
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A simple tow behind manual working aerator as well as a hydraulically driven aerifier
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'''Source:''' http://www.turfvent.com/
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http://www.soilreliever.com/sgsite/htmls/models/72.html

Revision as of 03:26, 27 February 2006


1. The act of perforating turf and soil crust by use of solid tines, spikes, or blades.

ctv-52core.jpg SR72_closeup.jpg

A simple tow behind manual working aerator as well as a hydraulically driven aerifier

Source: http://www.turfvent.com/ http://www.soilreliever.com/sgsite/htmls/models/72.html