Cultivators & Tillers

Cultivators & Tillers

Planting a new garden or grass has never been easier with the proper cultivator and tiller.

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  1. STIHL MM 56 C-E YARD BOSS®
    Stihl STIHL MM 56 C-E YARD BOSS®
    $399.99
  2. Harvest King 2 Cycle Oil -Gallon
    Harvest King Harvest King 2 Cycle Oil -Gallon
    $14.99
  3. Harvest King 2 Cycle Oil
    Harvest King Harvest King 2 Cycle Oil
    As low as $0.99
  4. Field Tuff Cultipacker 48"
    Field Tuff Field Tuff Cultipacker 48"
    $679.99
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Make Planting Easy With The Right Cultivators & Tillers From L&M Fleet Supply

Find everything you need to craft the perfect landscape at L&M Fleet Supply – we carry top brands like Earthquake, Field Tuff, Stihl and many more to make your gardening job a breeze.

Benefits Of Using A Cultivator

Rotary garden cultivators help save you time and energy on mixing already-loose soil. Find a basic yet effective four-cycle option with the Troy-Bilt TBC304 Garden Cultivator. Or, for a more versatile machine, look to the Stihl MM 56 C-E Yard Boss that does everything from cultivate, trim, aerate and dethatch your landscape. To tend larger areas quickly, try Field Tuff’s 48” Cultipacker, which tows behind a tractor or other all-terrain vehicle.

Benefits Of Using A Lawn Tiller

Lawn tillers are designed to break up highly compacted soil, allowing you to move tough, even rocky earth for a new garden. Turn to the Troy-Bilt Super Bronco CRT Garden Tiller and enjoy high value in a powerful package. Perfect for a small- to mid-sized garden, the Super Bronco features 16” of tilling width and six feet of tilling depth.

FAQs

When is the best time to use a lawn tiller?

The best time to use a lawn tiller is in the spring when you’re planting or autumn when you’re clearing dead or dying plants. However, a tiller can be used whenever you’re trying to move soil. Just avoid tilling the land when the ground is wet as it may result in your dirt drying in chunky clods.