Why would you use a rotavator?
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Rotavators are heavy-duty, powerful tools used for gardening activities. They are also called “cultivators”, even if this is a generic term that refers to tillers also. It can either be electric or petrol powered. The latter is usually much more powerful and expensive. Good thing is that you can easily hire one if you are not a professional and you are not planning on using it frequently (it’s like that you will use it once a year to prepare your soil).
Rotavators are potent pieces of gardening machinery, often used in allotments and fields, to break up, churn and aerate the soil before planting seeds and bulbs or laying turf. Rotavators uses a set of blades or rotors which twist and break through the soil.
Rotavators are powerful pieces of gardening machinery, often used in gardens, allotments and fields, to breakup, churn and aerate the soil prior to planting seeds and bulbs or laying turf.This improves drainage, levels the area and makes the ground perfect for growing vegetables and crops.