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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Subscribe Now: Watch More: Landscaping for burglar defense requires you to use elements like cacti and things with thorns. Landscape for burglar defense with help from a horticulturist and landscape designer in this free video clip. Expert: Brent Green Contact: Bio: Horticulturist and landscape designer Brent Green has been conceptualizing and installing remarkably distinctive, functional and beautiful landscapes for a quarter of a century. Filmmaker: Dustin Kuepper Series Description: When it comes to landscaping, every space will be unique and will thus be a little bit different from the next. Get tips on landscaping for beauty and functionality with help from a horticulturist and landscape designer in this free video series. Video Rating: / 5 Ted and Peanut are in the field after the flood here in Catawba County, NC. This field was covered in water, which has brought river sand and more in that will kill the grass if nothing is done. The landscape rake does a great job of filtering out the sand. Stay tuned for part 2. Video Rating: / 5


  • missieme 1 year ago

    Hello Mr Green. I agree… looking out and seeing bars isn't so attractive or pleasing, we need security and I like your idea of blending in flowers that protect keeps your landscaped yard looking nice and somewhat over shadows the bars. Good tip and thumbs up.

  • ingesumadre 1 year ago

    Hahhaha say hi to your burglar machete 

  • Zaappp !!! 1 year ago

    What size rake is this in the video?

  • Herbert Hoppe 1 year ago

    he talk and talk and talk

  • aaron harmon 1 year ago

    correct me if im wrong but backing up to that creek bank after a rain like that, wouldn't it be dangerous as far as creating a rear tip over accident, seeing as how the soil is now soft on the edges?  im not correcting anyone just asking. trying to learn as much as I can.

  • Коки Токи 1 year ago

    The pins must be wrapped another turnover.

  • USSBB62 1 year ago

    9 Minutes before you see it work. Just say'en….

  • txhypnotist 1 year ago

    More action is what the customer likes.

  • Garrett James 1 year ago

    Landscape rakes work great for Ivy and kudzu removal as well.

  • ZoeSueBrett 1 year ago

    Looks good, what happens if you hit a stump?

  • Chris Goforth 1 year ago
  • Dave Pruitt 1 year ago

    I'm looking for a one tool fix for my gravel driveway (hopefully) to repair periodically, grade, and spread gravel. I think this would do the job? Due to limited funds I'm trying to get one attachment that can do multiple applications. Would you say this could do a reasonable job? Thanks again for sharing. 

  • Adelfo Carbajal 1 year ago

    Hello, I have a question. I have a property with black clay soil on top. It was cleared out with a bulldozer and has lots or rocks and roots everywhere. We want to clear it up and level it out. What do you recommend?

  • Sidney Mathious 1 year ago

    I see what the landscape rake is used for now and know what to do with mine.

  • vodkaplusgin 1 year ago

    how would this do picking up bigger rocks like football size and up?

  • nhprepper 1 year ago

    Just wondering how you grabbed all the sand ? Love the vids
    No disrespect meant in my earlier comment. Would a scrap blade or box blade work ?

  • Jean Burton 1 year ago

    Hi Ted my name is James .

  • nhprepper 1 year ago

    Looks good, I have a York rack, works well , but your only cleaning the junk out and actually only spreading the sand thrust the field. .
    Was the intent to remove sand from pasture ?

  • Dylan Dembrow 1 year ago

    could you use this on atv trails with medium sized roots(1-2 inch)?

  • Lee Goins 1 year ago

    I'm looking for a tiller for a 49 Red Belly…

  • raremountainbear 1 year ago

    Will this remove blackberry shoots and other small weeds as well as rocks, etc.?

  • Gordon McCoy 1 year ago

    You're a fantastic salesman….! @ 22:35 "he's pulling a load of crap…" PRICELESS….! great vid, great fun…. you had me spellbound- THANKS! Gordon in Maui

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