Grading soil is a crucial step in preparing the ground for planting, particularly when laying sod. Proper grading ensures that the surface is level, promotes proper drainage, and creates an environment that is conducive to healthy root growth. A level surface also enhances the aesthetic appeal of the lawn and makes it easier to control weeds. In this sense, grading soil before laying sod is a critical step in establishing a healthy, attractive, and sustainable lawn.
Grading the soil before laying sod helps to create a healthy environment for root growth. A level surface allows roots to spread evenly, ensuring that the sod grows uniformly.
A graded surface ensures that the sod appears level and aesthetically pleasing, creating a more attractive and uniform lawn.
Grading the soil helps to eliminate low spots where water can accumulate and encourage weed growth. A level surface makes it easier to apply weed control measures, reducing the risk of weed infestation.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Sits Above and Slightly Behind The Drum for Optimal Viewing And Control
- Long Wheelbase Has Less Effects On Bumps
- Two Biasers with Different Functions
The Self Propelled Landscape Rake™ is a dirt contouring and grading device for the final grading of a soil bed prior to sodding. It includes a vehicle, which in turn comprises a frame, various wheels, and a propulsion unit so that the vehicle is self propelled.
Material needed to produce the Self Propelled Landscape Rake™:
- 70 H.P. Engine
- Hydrostatic Drive
- Hydraulic Pump & Motor For The Drum
- Hydraulic Pump & Valves For Controlling The Drum
- Differential for the Drive, Wheels, Steering Axel & Controls
The Self Propelled Landscape Rake™ is covered by United States Utility Patent: 11,326,323
For additional information, licensing opportunities, and a full prospectus on the Self Propelled Landscape Rake™ contact:
VP of Business Development