|Brand||Corona||Perfect Garden Tool||Ames||Lewis Tools|
|Name||Soil Ripper||39 in. Steel Cultivator||3-Tine Garden Cultivator||Sod Plugger|
|Number of tines||4||6||3||0.0|
|Features||Coated tines||Coated tines||Coated tines||Coated tines|
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It will do a small patch but is not practical for a large area.
I purchased mine to use on bare ground where our dogs ran daily. The cultivator worked great to loosen the soil to allow me to plant grass seed. As a diy person I was very pleased with the result: grass growing and healthy!
I am a DIY person. I purchased the cultivator. I did note that you can remove the tangs but don't know if they can be ordered individually. You will need to talk to an expert at Home Depot.
There is nothing to be installed. It comes assembled.
The middle tine on my 3 tine cultivator broke after using the tool for a day. I had a middle tine from an older garden cultivator that I put on. I probably could have returned the item: I just wanted to continue working the garden soil with the existing tool. The tool does a good job although the tines do come off at times, but are easily put back on.
I have no idea I returned this tool to home depot as it does not serve my needs. Good luck.
For my use, I would share that it does get close but not as close as an edging tool. For my purpose, being within about 1-2 inches was sufficient.
No this would not help with that. This is a mini small aerator for oxygen to get to the roots and soil.
Check with you local store and they should be able to assist you with your needs. Hope this helps.