The best time to dethatch is late spring or early fall, right before your lawn’s most vigorous growth cycle. Don’t know whether you need to dethatch? The best way to test your lawn is to use a hand shovel to remove a 2-3 inch thick plug from your lawn. If upon examining the plug, you see more than ½ inch of spongy, dry brown material, it’s time to dethatch!
Brinly’s 48” Tow-Behind Detatcher is the perfect tool for dethatching large lawns with thatch issues. Two rows of independently flexing, dual tine tips comb your lawn, bringing thatch, dead roots and other debris to the surface of the lawn where they’re easily bagged, composted or re-mulched. The drawbar features adjustable mounting positions to adapt fit all tractor hitch heights. The wheels are located behind the tray, further simplifying the leveling process.
|remove dead grass and roots (thatch) to the surface opening your root system to water and nutrients.|
|guarantee maximum efficiency, durability and thatch removal.|
|provide stable ride through the lawn.|
|provides maximum durability.|
|easily attaches to lawn tractors allowing you to dethatch your yard from the comfort of your lawn tractor seat.|
|Tines||(24) 3/16" (5 mm) diameter|
|Working Width||48" (1219 mm)|
(L x W x H)
|38" x 48" x 12"
(965 x 1219 x 305 mm)
|Wheels||8” x 1.75” (203 x 44 mm)|
|Ship Weight||37 lbs (17 kg)|