Tillers Direct Announces Best Garden Tillers

Top-Rated, Best-Selling and Expert-Recommended Tillers and Cultivators

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Best Tillers

We wanted to present the best garden tiller information to our customers and prospective shoppers in as many ways as possible, that's why we have multiple 'best' lists.

Bolingbrook, IL (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

Today Tillers Direct has announced the best tillers and cultivators.

"No one shops for the most average garden tiller, or anything for that matter," said Bob Crewe, resident rototiller expert at Tillers Direct. "We wanted to present the information to our customers and prospective shoppers in as many ways as possible, that's why we have multiple 'best' lists."

Best means different things to different people. Some folks are looking for best-selling garden tillers, while others seek top-rated models.

Tillers Direct compiled multiple lists: top-rated, best-selling and expert-recommended cultivators and tillers.

So, whether you defer to the experts' picks or would rather take a cue from hundreds of other satisfied customer, Tillers Direct is just hoping you end up with a great rototiller.

For in-depth reviews, recommendations and best-sellers, check out the styles below:

Cultivators: These are the perfect tool for tending to flower beds and gardens. You can now mix soil, aerate, remove weeds and cultivate between rows, all with one handy machine.

Front-Tine Tillers: These are great for small-to-medium-size gardens and soft soil conditions. They're designed for weeding and general garden maintenance, but are not suitable for tilling hard, tough soil.

Rear-Tine Tillers: These are ideal for breaking ground and starting new gardens. Featuring the biggest engines and largest tines, these bad boys can break through, hard, clay and tough soils better than the rest.


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