I'm looking at getting a landscape rake to prep a couple of acres for planting.
The field has been cleared of small trees and brush, mowed and sprayed with round-up. Before planting I'd like to rough up the soil and loosen up the thick thatch in it.
My only concern with using a landscape rake is there are numerous small stumps from the small trees. Biggest stump is maybe 6" in dia. Lots of small ones under 1". These stumps are maybe 2-3" above the ground level.
Is a landscape rake going to work in this type of environment or is it just going to get beat to pieces?
Thanks for any words of wisdom.