The ability of the Kanga to rotary hoe even the toughest soil is gratifying! The foundation block of every good garden, lawn or vegetable bed is a friable soil base. Adding what you need to the existing profile and getting that mixed together can be a difficult task.
Kanga muscle with the rotary hoe attachment is second to none.
For tight access solutions for preparing your soil bed, I can’t think of an option which beats the muscle of the Kanga with a rotary hoe attachment. The job pictured in the photographs started with the existing soil, which was a hard black clay. The landscape design recommended a deep rip, 40% added washed filling sand, and a further 40% organic compost, all of which needed to be incorporated together. The theory is good but the degree of difficulty with the clay was high. The task tested the limits but as you’ll see, the Kanga got the job done. Not only that, but the effort required little more than standing and pointing the Kanga in the right direction!
So if this combination can meet the task I had, I’m certain it can be a solution for transforming your garden bed. Not only can it make short work of what you have existing in the backyard, but you can also add and incorporate the necessary elements that will enhance and grow the soil fertility.
So, as an alternative to replacing the soil in your garden bed, why not try bringing it some help from man and machine. The Kanga has the power to rotary hoe a new prospect of fertility and growth to your backyard.
If you are searching for Adelaide dingo Digger Hire, U Kanga Do It can offer you rotary hoe solutions which get the job done. Look no further than the Kanga diggers to bring a reality to your imagination.