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  1. Vol. 72 No. 6, p. 1063-1064
    Received: Dec 17, 1979

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A Small Plot Drag for Use on Bermudagrass or Similar Sods1

  1. T. C. Keisling and
  2. Edwin Holt2



Many types of drags and spike tooth harrows have been used in pasture work. Most are not suitable for small plot work with bermudagrass because of lack of uniformity resulting from the dragging operation, fouling and clogging of the teeth with plant parts, and their cumbersome operation. This note describes a small unit which drags a plot uniformly, exhibits essentially no fouling or clogging of the teeth and is easily maneuverable around and through a plot area.

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