Troy-Bilt Gas Cultivator (TB146EC)
Did you know that there’s a huge difference between a tiller and a cultivator? A tiller is the bigger, more powerful cousin of the cultivator, possessing enough weight and tine-depth to break up even the hardest, rockiest new ground.
You will NOT confuse the Troy-Bilt gas cultivator with a tiller. The Troy-Bilt’s light weight causes the unit to bounce up and down across virgin soil instead of penetrating it. But, like any decent cultivator, the Troy-Bilt excels in blending soil, mixing in fertilizer and compost, and controlling weeds.
I love the Troy-Bilt Cultivator, and I’m not alone. Two of my neighbors have the same unit and provided unsolicited praise about their experiences.
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- This powerful and versatile cultivator is designed to cultivate flower beds and vegetable gardens
- Equipped with a 29cc 4-cycle engine does not require mixing oil and gas and has a 6-12 inch adjustable tilling width
- 6 premium steel tines are ideal for culivating up to 5 inches deep
- The SpringAssist JumpStart technology allows the engine to be started without pulling a cord (engine starter sold separately)
- The folding handle design saves storage space