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  • Joined Mar 2012
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Re: Moss
« Reply #15 on: April 04, 2017, 01:20:37 pm »
I was going to get a chain harrow but they are big and heavy, so I've just ordered a towable spring tine harrow instead.  Should arrive in a few weeks and I'm looking forward to it pulling out all the moss!


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Re: Moss
« Reply #16 on: April 04, 2017, 09:18:54 pm »
ooo let us know how it goes @Foobar We started looking at chain harrows but it's a case of where to store it and how to move it. A lighter one would be useful if it manages to do the job.

I wouldn't mind the work of doing it manually as it's not a large area @Alex_ but we couldn't get the scarifier to do much.

@Blackbird I'll look at the calcified seaweed.

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