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|Jack||I have a disk hiller that uses two disk to
push the dirt up into a row but not real good for making a wide hill row. Ive seen these bed
shapers and they look like they are doing the
job. Price is up a bit on them.
I thought of dragging a board behind the disk
hiller to flatten the top off but for wide rows
the center doesn't get filled in to good.
Just wonder if anyone has any ideas?
|gardener||There is a co who makes them in Michigan with a straight set of discs and the outer ones dropped several inches. If youre interested i can get the address from my friend who has one,in ontario.
|Erick||Holland Transplanter Co. makes a bed shaper Model 1235 that looks good. It's about $2,500.